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    So I have a weird problem. A mother I know at DD preschool might b getting a teacher's assistant job there. The thing is...this woman is a bi@?h! Really opinionated, judgemental. I was becoming friends with her and she just became too much. Nothing to me directly but about everyone and everthing else including the other children in the class, really nasty things about the mums and the kids. I have no doubht she says lots of thing behind my back especially about DD. Anyway, the school is lovely, the teachers are wonderful and I know if the employ her they'll regret it. I want to send an annoymous email or something warning them and I really do not want her helping in my daughters class. What should I do? My other friend who was friends with her to feels the same way.

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    Offer to be a reference for her and give her a terrible one

    Sorry I would probably say nothing and hope my child isn't in her class!

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    I feel I should say something....she constantly bags the school out anyway. It's the best in our area and its still not good enough for her.

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    I guess you could write an anonymous email, but why be anonymous? If you truly are concerned this women could be a 'risk' to the school if they employ her then why not go up there and voice your concerns with the principal?

    I guess though I don't know how much attention the school would pay to those claims... Do you have any proof? I doubt they would act on heresay iykwim.

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    How do you know she might be getting a job?

    Most schools have unwritten policies to not employ parents. I agree with Theophania don't be anonymous, speak directly to the principal and no-one else about your concerns.


 

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