In order to promote a safe, stimulating, environment for all children and staff, each site will have guidelines that include behavior expectations consistent with those of the Issaquah School District. Should a child display behavior that jeopardizes the safety or security of themselves or others, our team will contact the child’s parent or guardian, and request that the child be removed from the program for that day. Additional removals may follow as warranted. Upon the child’s return, a family conference may take place to develop a plan for improving behavior. Repeated removals from the program could result in termination of care.
The B.A.S.C. program provides a quality experience for most children. However, it may not be the most appropriate childcare experience for every child, or for the same child at different stages of their development. The B.A.S.C. program reserves the right to dismiss any child if that child’s needs cannot be met due to either undue burden or because the child’s continued enrollment causes a fundamental alteration to the nature of the B.A.S.C. program, including but not limited to a determination that a child poses a threat or danger to themselves, others, or property.