my 5 yr old daughters been being bullied in her kinder class. ive gone to the teacher & the schools principal but nothings been stopped. its been goin on for almost 2 months. what should i do? please any advise will help
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User - posted on 11/29/2012
This TV segment from 60 MINUTES shows that babies are born with the ability to see petty differences between themselves and others. Once that “difference” is established, they have no moral qualms about punishing “others” who are different. http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18560_162-57... . THE ICE VEIL TALES are a series of 12 fantasy/adventures that can help parents teach their kids (5-7 years old) the most important thing we have in common. Doing so will curtail bully behavior in classrooms. You may watch a FREE animated puppet show of Book One at: www.TheIceVeilTales.com. Wishing you and your families Happy Holidays and Happy Classrooms!
User - posted on 01/30/2012
Go online and find the superintendent of the school district. Email and call call this person. Ask for an appointment and explain the problem. The superintendent should listen and explain you have gone to the principal and on what days. This way the superintendent knows you have started down the right track. How is your daughter being bullied?
Iridescent - posted on 01/30/2012
The order things get done - 2 methods.
1 - through the school system. First speak to the teacher. Next, Principal, then Superintendent, then school board. If no success with any of those, file a formal complaint in writing to the Department of Education for your state, and include documentation of what you have attempted to do to this point as well as any proof you have.
2 - if it is severe, file a police report against the school for allowing your child to be abused.
Lori - posted on 01/26/2012
The school principal asked me to not aproch the girls parents that it would lead to a fight & for me not to talk to the bully becouse it can be considerd harassment. I was also told that if mydaughter goes back @ her she would get in trouble. The bully kept telling my daughter FU. Well my loretta told her no FU u meany & got in trouble. What r these schools thinking? I thought they had strict rules on no bullying. I feel I have no choice but to talk to the superintendent.
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