Hello Good People, * LONG POST* I have a question about cameras in the classroom. I have a fellow co-worker watching me on the monitor to see what I'm doing in my room. Her grandson is in my room and she is able to watch me because the monitor is facing her room from our office. The office and the room she is in, is only separated by a sliding glass door. the monitor is big so you can see all the rooms and if its focused on one room you really see it good, but things on the camera look like your going in fast pace when your not. well she has accused me of slamming her grandson too hard on my floor ( I have 12 to 24 month olds) My supervisor and Center owner both looked at the video and said I did nothing wrong and I was not trying to hurt ANY child. The floor in this case is a shag rug 3 inches thick and I was moving her grandson fast because he was about to get bit by another child. The cameras do not have sound so she doesn't know what I said before I moved him and she clams she could hear me slam this child down all the way to her room...um I doubt it. This child is adjusting to being in preschool, he has only been a a sitters all this time. He requires being told not to hit, throw things, and he loves to push so I have to say his name right often and she hears this and I get looks from her. This is going to be a problem. I feel she doesn't have a right to watch me all day on the monitor. Never had a issue with her up until now, actually I THOUGHT we were on a friend level I guess not now that her grandchild is with me. What should I do? I don't think other employees should be allowed to watch the classrooms on the monitor. Only the Daycare Supervisor, Director, or Owner should have access to the video RIGHT??? HELP!!!