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Roberta - posted on 02/19/2015 ( 8 moms have responded )

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I am a mom of a little girl was sexualy assaulted at school in 2012 and they only fired the principle , guess what now she has been at two schools since thecalled there self giving her 2:00 girl time. with princpal last year, however we have been trying move past this because the tried to ack like nothing happened but she and my other children are be suspended every week since we moved to this newer school this year last year I used my aunts address to put her in a better school this year has been hell and I think it has something to do with the 2012 school year mind u my children have never even been to issue before this school year there is so much more..OMG worried about my children


She also had 2:00 girl time in the beginning at this school until I said something now they get suspension every week

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Raye - posted on 02/20/2015

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Roberta,
It is very hard to understand what you're trying to say. What it heck is 2:00 girl time? Is that like detention?

Shawnn was trying to help. Using the term "alleged" is not saying that it didn't happen. Just that there was no trial and conviction. Just because the principal was fired was not a conviction for sexual assault nor could it necessarily even be considered an admission that it happened. Just that the school had to take some action to make the situation go away and not look negligent.

What makes you feel that your other children's issues are related to your daughter's assault? Do they get teased because your daughter got someone fired? What's going on? Most likely they are having problems adjusting to switching schools, moving, losing their friends, etc. You should be addressing their behavior and letting them know that it's unacceptable to get suspended every week. Don't let their behavior continue.

All of you should probably be in counseling, but especially your daughter to help her deal with the assault.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/19/2015

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Again, no coherency. Stop deleting your responses to other posts. Its childish and not helpful at all.

For any reading after this: This poster accused me of making 'false statements' because I used the word 'alleged' when referring to her incidents.

I'm done feeding this one.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/19/2015

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Excuse me? MY FALSE STATEMENTS???

Using the word 'alleged' in this situation when I am responding to you, my dear, misguided person, IS NOT A FALSE STATEMENT. I am not a witness to the crime, I don't live any friggin where near you, so my knowledge is SECOND HAND coming from a total stranger. OF COURSE the information to me is considered alleged, because I CANNOT PROVE IT. Good grief.

And that, my dear, is the end of any assistance from me. You can't post a coherent post, even though you are a resident of a primarily English speaking country. You cannot phrase your questions in a coherent manner so that we, those reading your incoherent ranting, are forced to assume what we can, and derive information as best we can from what YOU post.

So, if you've 'been there, done that', I can't help you. You're not willing to see that your younger children's issues are NOT related to the older child's issue, that you need to address both issues SEPARATELY, and that, in order to continue to pursue justice for your eldest, you need to have an active legal team in place.

Good luck with everything. You've negated what advice I could sort of give, you've refused to actually clarify anything coherently, and I'm done wasting my time. Hopefully your eldest is in counseling at the very least.

Jodi - posted on 02/19/2015

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Shawnn, you are amazing. I couldn't understand a word of what was going on here. Maybe I'm just tired....but I gave up.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/19/2015

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Now that it's all been brought into ONE post...
Your daughter who was allegedly abused (I have to say allegedly, because I'm not involved, and I don't have private information) and her behaviour is an ENTIRELY SEPARATE issue from how your other children are behaving.
As I've stated: If you feel that your 1st daughter's situation was not handled appropriately, you need to pursue that. Get an attorney. Ask for investigations. Ask for prosecution of the perpetrator. Continue to pursue that. Get her into counseling, and continue to pursue that.
For your other children: if you feel that they are being unfairly targeted by officials in their school, ADDRESS THAT with the district. Request investigations, make yourself a presence during the times that are problematic. If it's the bus ride home, volunteer to be a bus aide. If it's in the classroom, volunteer in the classroom.
Part of the problem that I'm (sort of) seeing (you aren't very coherent in any of your posts, so it's hard to determine what you're trying to accomplish here): You've moved schools with these kids at least 2 different times since the alleged incident in 2012. Its been proven that the more often kids schools are changed, the more likely their grades and behaviours will deteriorate. It might help them to be on a consistent schedule for more than a school year...How would you like to be the 'new kid' every single new school year? It would be friggin miserable, if you ask me.
Bottom line: The issues with your children are separate, and need to be addressed individually.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/19/2015

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Here's from your other post. I'm trying to consolidate and get you to give ONE story, not a bunch of different versions.
Pasted from the other open posts that are exactly duplicate of this one: "You - posted 1 hour ago

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Please attempt to make a post that will make sense. I am NOT a mind reader. You said "Principal". You did NOT SPECIFY gender.

And what is a FB page doing to help either of your situations? If your daughter was assaulted, and the predator not caught, you need to be pushing for that to remain an open case, and get her counseling. FB is not counseling, nor is it an attorney, nor is it law enforcement.

Your other kids need to grow up a bit, and quit screwing around at school. FB doesn't help with that, in any way, shape, or form.

Roberta - posted 1 hour ago

It wasn't a he it waSo a she and I did make her a face book in 2012 justice for my princess maybe that will help

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/19/2015

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It would help if you'd close one of these posts, instead of trying to post different information to the two or three you have going.

If your 6 & 7 year old are continually being suspended, how are you addressing the problem, both in THEIR behaviour, and that of the school district? Are you speaking with district officials, requesting information and investigation? You need to be, if you feel that your children are being targeted.

A question: Is English not your first language?

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