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What happens if you leave a child at school?

The answer depends on the age of the child. If your child is old enough to leave the school and walk home alone, nothing happens.If you did not return to pick up your preschooler or kindergartener, the school would go through their process. This usually involves calling every contact number you have listed. (Work, home, cell)If the school could not reach you, they would begin calling all of people on your emergency pick up list. If it were getting close to closing time and they had not been able to reach you or anyone on your contact list, a call to child protective services will likely be made at that point.

I’ve always wondered what happens to children when they aren’t picked up from daycare?

I have a daycare/preschool in my home. When a child isn’t picked up and I can’t get ahold of a parent I call the emergency contact on their form. I’ve always been able to get ahold of someone. If I have things going on in the evening and the parent is running late, their child goes with me and they need to arrange to pick the child up from wherever I am. This does happen. I have extra car seats and do charge a late fee. If a child isn’t picked up and I couldn’t get ahold of anyone by bedtime I would call the police department. I would keep the child overnight but would be very concerned about the parent(s).

What skills can I learn in my twenties that will be very useful when I am a parent?

It's great that you asked! Things that are helpful for parenting:Practice in handling actual kids for extended periods. If you have a niece or nephew who's available for overnights or weekends, that's ideal.A physically strong body with lots of stamina. Good core strength so you don’t throw your back out lifting a 40-pound preschooler. Start working out. I'm not kidding.Good emotional regulation. You want to be able to roll with unexpected changes of plan and cope with defiance and button-pushing with patience and good humor even when you're sleep-deprived and exhausted.A good support system. If you don't know your neighbors, meet them now. Join a worship community if you're religious or a community group if you're not. At this point you'll probably be putting in more than you get out. Later on, these are the people who will be your emergency contacts, recommend babysitters, keep the spare key to your house.A solid adult relationship with your parents, if possible, or a realistic understanding of their limitations. You're ready for parenthood if you can say, “I need you not to smoke when you're around the baby,” and be confident they'll respect your wishes … or when you know they won't respect your wishes and you're ready to act in your child's best interest.And of course a good partnership with the other parent.

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