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Description: All Head Start staff and volunteers are responsible for making sure no child is left unsupervised. Active supervision is a strategy that works. It can be used in classrooms, family child care, playgrounds, and buses. It can also be shared with families as a tool to use at home. The strategies taught in the session allows children to explore their environments safely. Infants, toddlers, and preschoolers must be directly supervised at all times (45 CFR §1302.47). This includes during daily routines such as sleeping, eating, and diapering or bathroom use.
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Head Start Standards: Keeping children safe is a top priority for all Head Start and Early Head Start. (45 CFR §1302.102). The Head Start Program Performance Standards require that programs "ensure no child is left alone or unsupervised by staff, consultants, contractors, or volunteers while under their care" (45 CFR §1302.90).
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