advice for getting a restraining order against teachermy
â« Shawnn âªâ«â« - posted on 02/28/2014
First of all, you do not jump directly to a restraining order based on one incident reported to you by a child.
There are steps to be followed. In this case, the first step is to contact the teacher, and ask them for their explanation of the event. If that explanation does not satisfy you, or you feel that there is further need to investigate, then you need to call in the school administration and counselors. If, at that point, the teacher actually HAS gotten physical with your grandson, and disciplinary action from the school administrator is not effective, you move up to the school superintendent.
If you try to get a restraining order based on what you're sharing here, you'll be told there is no reason to issue one, and to take the proper steps to lodge a complaint with the school.
Jodi - posted on 02/28/2014
Firstly, how old is your grandson and secondly, have you spoken to the school? Honestly, do you really think a restraining order is the first course of action? There are definite steps you should take before you jump to the conclusion that this is necessary.
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