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Procedural Email Message Assignment
Jameica L. Wright
ENG 315 – Professional Communications
Priscilla Patten- Professor
April 11, 2016


To: BabyBoardRmEm@daycare.com
From: Jameica Wright <jlwright@daycare.com>
Subject: Updated Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)

Care Takers,

I want to ensure that we stay up to code with the Department of Social Services, that way if they decide the drop in for a visit everything will be done correctly. We have been gradually updating our policies for the parent drop off/pickup. We want to ensure the safety and security of both our parents and our students. There will also be a few minor changes concerning drop off/pickup of our children.

* From this day going forward all parents will be required to sign their child(ren) in upon arrival as well as sign them out once they are leaving for the day. We want to ensure that there is proper accountability for the children that we have here in the building.
* On Friday evening along with the daily reports, the parents will receive a newsletter letting them know what will be going on the following week. We want our parents to be engaged in what is going on with our children while they are here in our care.
* We will begin to have quarterly training to put our any new information that is coming down from the Department of Social Services. These training's will be mandatory and will count towards any yearly training that will have to receive.
* Finally, every quarter we will have our parents to update their emergency and alternate pick up information. We have to stay on top of this information, because if could change at any time and it will keep up from having parents call us when they have someone different coming to pick up their child(ren).

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