Toni - posted on 02/23/2010 ( 18 moms have responded )
Toni - posted on 02/23/2010 ( 18 moms have responded )
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Teresa - posted on 05/03/2013
If my Son came home from school telling me his teacher pushed him, or even put a finger on him..... I'd have he or she arrested! I would take it to the Board of Education & make sure this teacher lost their license to teach in any school! I wouldn't stop until this matter was completely Resolved! We send our children to school to learn & in a safe environment. Bullying isn't accepted by students, and should Never be accepted by any Teacher or Staff member!
Janice - posted on 03/05/2013
this just happend to my son about a week ago i went to the school and met with the teacher that did it and the principle and they blamed it all on my son he is 9 years old and was very up set and confused about it.since the principle didnt do anything about it i am for sure taking it further and getting legal advice.this is not the only thing my son deals with a lot of mental abuse also because he has adhd and they dont want to deal with it.they just want to send him to another school in a different town and put him in a special ed class. im not standing for this i will do anything and everything i have to do to make sure my son is not abused in any way at the place he is supposed to be safe and getting an education.
Monique - posted on 05/23/2012
I would go up to the school and tell them I would like to meet that teacher. If an adult wants to hit an child then they want to get they azz whooped.
Toni - posted on 04/24/2012
this was two years ago and the teacher admitted she did and the put her on a two week leave...
Brigitte - posted on 04/23/2012
Where do you live? Where is this child's school?
I would personally go there if possible and speak on your behalf to someone! This is absolutely unacceptable behavior for any adult, and especially a school teacher, to make towards a child...a very serious matter.
If anything, I would suggest focusing on this particular person (the teacher) and in some way make them PUBLICLY accountable and known for their actions.
Good luck with this and much love from me to you and your child.
Dawn - posted on 04/19/2012
I think Brandi Struble said it best. I get the feeling that at 12 yrs old a kid is not likely to be very truthful (trust me...personal experience lol). So don't go into a teacher/principal/parent meeting with guns blazing because you don't know the whole story. And just like Brandi said REGARDLESS of whether your child was doing something inappropriate to instigate such an action or not doesn't excuse the fact that (if the teacher really DID push your child,) that that behavior is inexcusable for a teacher. Just go into the meeting with an open-mind and a level head. You are there to protect your child's interests, but also remember that the teacher needs respect and to maintain their dignity. Their job is harder than many of us can imagine or understand...sometimes when the School board turns the other cheek they need parents to stand up for them also. Something to keep in mind =]
Jessica - posted on 04/15/2012
I am a kindergarten teacher and teach five year olds to read on a daily basis. Not only is what she said inappropriate, but her response to you when you voiced your concern did not seem to indicate any remorse. I would request a parent conference with her, and if you are not satisfied, then absolutely raise your concerns to the principal. You are your child's first advocate!!
Jennifer - posted on 06/16/2011
People think all teachers are good they are not...some just like the job because of the hours and holidays and summer vacation...I worked with teachers as an aide and had several teachers who talked so badly about students even making racial comments...I even reported to principal who was black and she didn't do anything..It was sad to see a black women ignore it and have a racist teacher in her school...Oh well that is the Vegas school system which sucks so bad...
Meagan - posted on 03/29/2010
i would talk to the school principal or if that dosent work try the education board at my childrens school we have a total no bully process by anyone that includes teaches and other students
Sharron - posted on 03/25/2010
I would go to the school to have a conference with the teacher and find out why the teacher pushed my child, but the first thing I would do is ask my child why the teacher pushed him, or her. I know accident's happen at times it may have been by mistake but still find out the reason some teachers can be really mean to certain children.
Kelly - posted on 03/04/2010
I will call school talk to the principal and also, the Teacher to find out why he/she is mistreating my child File child Abuse Report..
Bobbesha - posted on 03/01/2010
i would ask my child to tell me what really happen than i would call the school and have a discussion with the teacher & principal
Dina - posted on 02/25/2010
hi first i think it is a mater of trust , are you sure that he is telling the truth or he just hate this teacher ? then when you are sure never insult the teacher infront of your child because this teacher represents many things like order and so , so you can tell him that you will speak to the teacher and find out what makes him do that and do that really
Toni - posted on 02/24/2010
Brandi - posted on 02/24/2010
i think that teacher AND the principal of school would be getting a not so nice visit from me. Call the principal's office and set up a meeting with the principal (or vice principal) and the teacher in question. Also, (and I'm not saying it's O.K. for a teacher to EVER push a student) but, did your child do s.th unacceptable? I would suggest that you NOT go into a meeting with the attitude that your child did NOTHING, but rather that REGARDLESS of what your child may have done (and I don't know that he/she did anything) the teacher was OUT OF LINE. Try to investigate BOTH sides of what happened and come to a resolution, but by no means am I saying that the pushing should be condoned. Good luck.
Amber - posted on 02/24/2010
oh my gosh this brings back memories for me. i had a teacher so bad that she had to go to anger management classes or she was going to lose her job. that was in the 4th grade. I would have a talk with other moms and see if anything has happened to their children. and even talk to the principal. good luck
Toni - posted on 02/23/2010
my son father talk to her and she said she did nothing to my son, i dont believe her
Deliann - posted on 02/23/2010
i would call school talk the principal then the teacher ask your child to explain what happen then call school board and demand a meeting w/u and the teacher find about previous job and if she or had this problem before