Yesterday I picked DD up from her class and was waiting for her to get down the stairs while standing infront of DS's room. He's 20 months and in a room with kids 1 1/2- 2 1/2. I heard a teacher yell at one of the boys, could have been my son but I didn't hear the name too clearly, and there is another boy with the same name. She told him to "stop that and come here now!" Then I heard her tell another teacher "he's really in the terrible 2s, he was pulling her hair." When I walked in everyone seemed happy, no little girl screaming, no little boy pouting, and the teacher quickly smiled and said "look mommy's here" so I'm not sure how serious the situation even was. I worked in a daycare so I know things happen that really shouldn't and I teach middle school now so I know how hard it is too keep your patience sometimes. It just really bothered me to hear someone yelling at a child, baby in my opinion, that wasn't their's so harshly.
I would assume if someone was screaming at your kid you'd also be upset, so I wont ask that, but do you think this is just something that happens or is it something I should bring up with the director? I've never heard the kids being spoken to like that in the past, but alot of times they see me on the video and have DS ready by the time I get down with DD, so they know to be on their best behavior.