If it was something like a rug burn, maybe it didn't hurt him. Like you said, he doesn't really cry when he's hurt. I would take a picture and ask tomorrow. I wouldn't expect a call back on a snow day either.
Or it could very well be a dry patch, DS has super sensitive skin and gets it all the time.
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I guess I just figured if they're watching him like they should be they would have noticed that he got hurt, lift his shirt to check on him. I would have also like to think that if they felt bad about missing this and not notifying me of it when I picked him up, that they would have made the effort to contact me today. The owner is still getting paid for today, so I didn't think it was a big deal to ask her to talk to me for 2 minutes.
Yes. It is unreasonable to expect the director to call you back today. If they're closed due to weather she likely didn't go to the building and as such didn't even get the message!
It seems like you're looking for a reason to leave your center. First you said your child doesn't cry so they likely didn't know it happened... then you want an explanation. If they say, "I don't know what that's from" are you going to be satisfied? Also, I take issue with your remark about them watching him "like they should be". They're not super humans! I'm sure there are a bunch of kids in that room... someday your little guy is going to get hurt on your watch and you're not going to know how it happened... and there won't have been 6 other kids in the room. You need to cut these people some slack.
I would not expect daycare to notice a mark the size of a thumb under DD's shirt in the middle of her back.
I also wouldn't expect them to call me back when they are closed. This is not an emergency. It sounds like it can wait a day.