i know its not ok ,,,,

Katt - posted on 02/10/2015 ( 5 moms have responded )

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my sons kindergarten teacher,,,,,lifted him up from the floor when he was having a tantrum at school,,,,n when she lifted him she had left a mark on his armpit,,,,after she lifted him he screamed in pain like and took off from her n went running to his sisters classroom crying saying my teacher hurt me,,,,so my daughter took him to the office n asked if she can call home,,,n they wouldnt let make the call,,,,so when i got to the school to pick him up the vice principle came to me told me his teacher wanted to talk with me about an incident that happened today,,,,,so i went,,,,n she told me what had happen,,,,n told me 3 tymes like how picked him up like she was worried like i didnt hear the first time,,,,,n she also said she didnt know if had made the mark from picking him up or if it was alredy there,,,,n i dress my son everyday so i know his body ,,,n that mark was not there ,,,,,i didnt no what to say ,,,,i know my son can be difficult n he throws himself on the floor when he doesnt get his way.,....but do they have the right to pick him up,,,,,like im thinking when they were having a hard tyme with him they should of called me right,,,,,,i kept him home from school today,,,,,what do you think i should do ????

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Michelle - posted on 02/10/2015

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If your baby is going to be 3 then I don't agree that your son is "still getting used to him". You are using it as an excuse for his behaviour instead of addressing it.
Your son needs to know that tantrums won't get him what he wants.
What do you do at home when he has a tantrum?
By the time my kids got to school they didn't throw tantrums to get their own way because they knew it didn't work.
If you give in to his tantrums at home then of course he will continue them with others.

Katt - posted on 02/10/2015

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i am actually thinking to bring him to the doctor when i get money,,,,,cause this is getting ridiculouse alredy,,,,,i do think he needs it,,,hes so hyper,,,,,,but i still didnt find it right ,,,,her leaving a mark on him you no ,,,,even tho it was an accident

Katt - posted on 02/10/2015

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yehsss,,,,iv had a long talk,,,actually a few alredy since yesterday,,,,n i have alredy toook away sum privalages till his act at school str8 ins out,,,,n i know ever since i had my baby,,,,he is still getting use to him,,,,my baby will be three in august,,,,,he acts out allott,,,,,

Dove - posted on 02/10/2015

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Why is he throwing a tantrum in school in Kindergarten in the first place? I do not entirely think she should have picked him up... but on the other hand she can't exactly have some kid throwing a fit in the middle of the classroom floor either. I think I'd be spending some time talking to my son about how he simply can not be throwing a fit in school like this. If he has emotional/behavioral struggles... get him the professional help that he needs to succeed. Other than that... tell him that behavior will not be tolerated in school and if he's going to act like that for his teacher he will start losing privileges at home.

Jodi - posted on 02/10/2015

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I think you are over-reacting. The teacher was clearly trying to manage your son's tantrum - she wasn't out to hurt him. They shouldn't have to call you to manage his tantrums. I'm not sure how old kindergarten is where you live, but here where I live, that's just a little bit old to be throwing full on tantrums like that.

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