How dare they. I can't believe it was taken so lightly by the school.
I'm so sorry @lil miss
Omg! If anything like that happened to my daughter, heads would roll. If the principal handled it that badly, well I would explode.
I'm so sorry this is happening to you and your family.
I don't know what makes more angry- the way they gave handled it or the fact that the little boy lied and got upset (which to me indicates he KNEW what he did was wrong)... I feel like ive let dd1 down. And I feel like the school has let her down. She didnt want to talk about it when I picked her up, I had to push for her to tell me.
Wow just read this thread
First sorry your dd1 went through that how horrible :-(
I would be putting in an official complaint to the head of department the way they conducted that was not on
I would be going straight to the Dept of Ed. This has been handled completely inapproriately!
OMG I would be so furious
I don't have school aged children, but in reading this I think it was handled very badly by the school and I can understand why you are upset. I would be too. I can imagine that was very embarrassing for your daughter to have to speak about what happened (a) to the principal, and (b) with the boy present. I can't imagine how that could, in any way, make her more likely to tell a teacher if it happens again if the outcome is that she is sent to the principal and questioned in front of the other child.
What the ****! That is disgraceful! You just don't do that when there are sexual undertones involved! Way to make your poor dd (and the other kid) feel uncomfortable! Morons! Go rip them a new ********!
I think writing an email or letter to the principal and a copy to the education department would be warranted. I'm happy to help if I can if you'd like.
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