Jenny - posted on 03/01/2015 ( 3 moms have responded )
My son recently accused a teacher of pushing him. When he went to the principal, the principal said he would "investigate" the "alleged" push. He also told my son that if in his findings, he did not find evidence that this push occurred, that he would give my son extra days of ISS (in school suspension). My son was upset. I then called a meeting with the principal and the teacher that pushed my son. In the meeting the principal was very mean. He was more concerned with proving my son to be a liar than dealing with the situation. I feel that he bullied the students that may have or may not have seen the incident, into saying nothing happened or they didn't see anything. He proceeded to give my son 3 days of ISS. I was shocked! What should I do? I was so mad when I left, I threatened a lawyer, but I can't afford one.