bullying in school and teachers do nothing

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Black girl just walks up to my daughter's desk takes her box n kicks her school supplies under the desk n they All start laughing . 2 teachers in room and they Don't see Anything right . How should we handle this step by step.

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Femme - posted on 02/18/2014

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Michelle, this is an on going problem still in the schools. My daughter is 19 but was bullied starting in 5th grade. Same problem - teachers in my situation just stood by - letting it happen! First, your daughter should tell the teacher - after class - stating exactly what happened. 2nd you call the school a couple of days later and ask to speak to the teacher(s) to see how was the situation addressed with the student. If not addressed or if a 2nd incident happens - call the principal - or set up a meeting - face to face - keep a specific record or happenings with dates and times. Follow up to see what actions are taken. If no response make an appt with the County/City school Board official. You should see things turn around. I hope this helps. Catch it early or this will be with your daughter for her life. Prayers for you and her!

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Femme - posted on 02/18/2014

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Michelle, these situations make me so angry! You don't want any more attention brought to your daughter but it's when you say video it - in secret - and go to the newsrooms.

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As a matter of fact she said she thinks the school administrator was in the classroom with her teacher. Yes I will take these steps . Thanks ver much

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Yes my daughter has been bullied since she's been in school. She is 16 been through this before this happened today she texted me to tell me n questioned about where was teachers and their were 2 present n classroom n also asked her what other students witnessed this and she said 2 others witnessed it and they looked at each other. We talk about this and other problems always . Thanks for your advice Very Much Appreciated.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/18/2014

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1) Meeting with your child & classroom teachers. Get whole story, find out what action was taken

2) If classroom meeting is unsatisfactory, meeting with classroom teacher, school administrator, school counselor and child to determine next necessary step.

3) If first two steps are unsuccessful after a reasonable period, ask for a meeting with district administration, building administrator, school counselor and classroom teacher.

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