AN ACT FOR CHILD CARE FACILITIES TO HAVE THE OPTION OF CONDUCTING COURTESY MORNING SAFETY CALLS FOR ABSENT CHILDREN TO ENSURE CHILD SAFETY.
House committee substitute to the 2nd edition makes the following changes.
Revises proposed GS 110-102.1B to recommend that a child care facility have the option to conduct a courtesy morning safety call (previously required such a call) to the parent or guardian of a child who is 5 years of age or younger and enrolled in the child care facility upon determining the child's absence when the parent or guardian has not provided prior notice of the child's absence to the facility. Makes conforming changes. Adds criminal and civil immunity for a child care facility that does not make the optional courtesy morning safety call. Makes conforming changes to the act's titles.
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