A daycare teacher allegedly used Magic Eraser on kids' faces and caused chemical burns, according to parents' lawsuit

Posted On: Jul 13, 2018   |   Posted By: Business Insider

A daycare teacher allegedly used Magic Eraser on kids' faces and caused chemical burns, according to parents' lawsuit

When Caitlin Sims picked her son up from Merryhill Preschool in Parker, Colorado, two teachers told her he'd gotten into a "marker fight" with another boy.
Sims' son had chemical burns on his neck, while Stacey Dant's son had them underneath both eyes.
The Sims and Dant families say they were eventually able to watch the school's surveillance video and saw a teacher handling the boys roughly while using a Magic Eraser to remove the marker.
The parents have filed a lawsuit against the school.
Two sets of Colorado parents are irate, claiming a daycare teacher left their sons with chemical burns.
Caitlin Sims says she picked up her 3-year-old son from daycare at Merryhill School in Parker, Colorado on May 22. She told CBS4 that two teachers approached her, telling her that her son and another boy had gotten into a marker fight. When her son commented that his throat hurt, Sims said that the teacher apologized to him and remarked that she must have scrubbed him too hard while cleaning off the marker.
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