A daily health check is done when your child initially arrives at the classroom and occurs throughout the day. During customary daily interactions the teacher will check if your child’s behavior is typical or atypical for time of day and circumstances. Your child’s appearance including skin (typical, pale, flushed, rash), eyes, nose and mouth (typical, unusual color, dry or discharge, rubbing), and breathing (normal or different) will be checked. Upon arrival, or at the earliest convenient time, there should be a discussion with the teacher regarding anything out of the ordinary your child may be experiencing regarding behavior at home, sleeping, eating drinking, bowels and urine, and if your child is due for a diaper change. The teacher should be informed if your child is receiving any medication or treatment. The teacher will check for any evidence of injury or illness or any indications of child abuse or maltreatment since your child was last participating in child care. Any unusual findings will be documented by and shared with you by the teacher. Your child may be excluded from the program if her or she appears ill.