make the time.. lol lol lol.
I know you dont meant too, but i do not need the guilt.. I cannot make the time.
I am in intense training with exams every day.. if i miss a day, I start again.
it might not make sense to some.. but .. its just the way it is.
I will send a letter and email.. and call in the morning.
I wanted to add..
I have never had a problem to get my principal to met us outside office hours when it was something really important.
far out.. wow.
mods please close..
Girls, please dont lay on the guilt.. this hurts enough as is.
Thanks anewme.. I think you may have just stopped me from crying
Its hard when you are working. I have had an issue with bullying and my child that eventually got to his penis being rubbed on her. She is the same age as your daughter.
I rang the school at 9:10, and said I had to talk to the principal about bullying, that got me straight through to him.
I would call and say exactly why you want to talk to the principal or deputy principal.
I just want to put another spin on things - I have had a child last week tell another child that I hurt them when I hit them.
I did not do this, I simply tapped the girl on her forearm to get her attention when I was helping her with her writing.
Sometimes, when children are upset, even children who are not liars, can voice a dramatically different version of events.
I would role play this with Agnes - ask her to pretend to be the teacher whilst you pretend to be her. See what she does and how she hits you, be sure to do it in a very open way - don't model it for her, ask her to simply show you.
If you are then still worried, call the school for a phone conference with the principal but be prepared that if you are going to ask for something as significant as a class swap, that they are likely to ask for a meeting and mediation with the teacher first.
Good luck and don't worry about not being able to immediately get up to a meeting.
Don't feel bad
Anyway - schools don't have to do anything if it is a verbal complaint - that is even if you meet. A letter or email is better anyway. Write a formal complaint requesting an update in writing with regards to the outcome. Also ask Agnes if she can name some potential witnesses.
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