Day-care workers fired for closing up...

Day-care workers fired for closing up, forgetting kids

There are 29 comments on the Arizona Republic story from Mar 17, 2006, titled Day-care workers fired for closing up, forgetting kids. In it, Arizona Republic reports that:

LAVAL, Que. - Two day-care workers in Laval, north of Montreal, were fired after they forgot a sleeping toddler inside their day-care and went home for the night.

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Dobson

Culver City, CA

#35 May 21, 2006
Cookie Monster wrote:
Oh this is cute. Yeah they didnt follow proper procedures. What the one that said to check all the beds for sleeping kids? Yeah the only rule they did do right was making sure they locked the door!! Must of been a good par-tay that night they wanted to get too.
"the only rule they did do right was making sure they locked the door!!"

Woohoo a party...You moron. What if there was a fire while the door was locked so you can "par-tay"? Your priorities astound me.

“I see you! ”

Since: Apr 06

Kansas City, Missouri

#36 May 22, 2006
Reverse wrote:
<quoted text>"This is why you stay home"?.......You don't do much parenting now do you lady?
You have posts all over here with the Fraud Squad gaggle. I went back in your posts, you're here every day, all the time. That’s only when your wasting your life away with the Braud Squad, I haven’t yet looked elsewhere.
You've made 955 comments, that would be a lifetime of posts for me. You absolutely have too much free time.
Evidently the only thing that you have sacrificed while at home, is quality time with your kids, for time with the squad.
I dislike daycare immensely, but not in your case. Daycare might at least might play catch with your kids, you clearly aren't.
ROFL.... You really need to get a life and leave people alone. Nobody rattled your cage.
chantel patterson

Edmonton, Canada

#37 Feb 7, 2007
im the mother of the baby Israel Golden.the place was locked up and police took 3 hours to get there, they kept on telling me to call back. i saw no justice at all. my life became hell after this incident.
chantel patterson

Edmonton, Canada

#38 Feb 7, 2007
im the mother of the baby in that daycare. i saw no justice from this.and to someones commment on why i would let daycare take care of my kid...well... im single parent and unfortunatly i dont have family to take care of my son or i would have left him with them. i also have to make living for myself and my son so going to university for career seems good to me,dont you think?
Julia B -NY

North Bay, NY

#39 Apr 13, 2007
chantel patterson wrote:
im the mother of the baby in that daycare. i saw no justice from this.and to someones commment on why i would let daycare take care of my kid...well... im single parent and unfortunatly i dont have family to take care of my son or i would have left him with them. i also have to make living for myself and my son so going to university for career seems good to me,dont you think?
There is no reason for anyone to judge you or the choices you made in this instance. You probably had no way of knowing this would happen. However, the providers and police were negligent in this case and I would definitely see that they have consequences for their lack of professionalism.(no spell check, or time to do so, but if others are here to act as grammar police and it'll make you feel smart go for it!:))

“Our Grand daughter”

Since: Sep 06

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#40 Apr 13, 2007
chantel patterson wrote:
im the mother of the baby in that daycare. i saw no justice from this.and to someones commment on why i would let daycare take care of my kid...well... im single parent and unfortunatly i dont have family to take care of my son or i would have left him with them. i also have to make living for myself and my son so going to university for career seems good to me,dont you think?
I am very proud of you and I think in a case like this I would own the daycare. Leaving a child inside the building is very irresponsible and unexceptable.
I would have taken my car and driven through the door to get my child if the responce time with the cops was too long. If the child woke up he/she would be scared to death and would want mommy. And another question, why would they let a child sleep that late in the day? Mine would have been up all night with a nap that late.
Michelle P. get off the computer and take care of those boys!! NOW!!! LMAO!!(people, this is a very attentive and loving mon here so stop picking on her!)

“Our Grand daughter”

Since: Sep 06

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#41 Apr 13, 2007
Whoa! The stupid thing was half way loaded and reloaded so there are two posts here. So sorry..
joe dad-da

Edmonton, Canada

#42 Jul 14, 2008
yeah in my situatin.......
i am gay but i also dont have kids of my own,
but as a mother that would reallly make me absured and anguished..........
any one one who cn d that to thier own kids and others,
think angian look who is left in the responsibility,
we aint paid for nothing........
think again
Jon

Denistone East, Australia

#43 Apr 4, 2012
That is ridiculous. I second the whole 'where are the parents' situation in this.

Sh*t happens, but you move on and learn from them.

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