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Thread: Legal Steps for Bullying?

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    [QUOTE=Fudgie;4671855]I'm sorry but I'm disappointed by many kids these days. They just don't seem to respect authority. It seems like you have to pretty much threaten to hurt them or send them away to Juvie hall to get them to do ANYTHING. It's horrible. I'm glad the principal exercised his power and made them listen to him and knock it off.

    I have no issues with prinicipals being scary and commanding if it means that kids will be scared of them and not bully others and cause irreversable harm. Sad that it has to come to using scare tactics to make kids do the right thing, but hey, what else can you do?

    Again, I'm sorry you and your son have to go through this.

    It makes me so sad when anyone is bullied. Really my heart aches for him. I really long to go kick their butt myself, but I do not agree with hitting children, even if these kids are bigger than me and it really does not solve the problem and would only make me into a bully. These kids have been punished, the one boy in particular has been punished 3 times for picking on my son. It does not seem to be getting through to him. The other 3 boys are just tag alongs with this other kid and up hold his point of view and do things when he does them. If no one is getting the message really it is time to involve the law.

    I agree, some kids are in a sad and sorry state when they have to be threatened into being a decent human being.

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    Ugh, that child sounds terrible. Has the school called the parents of this snotty runt?
    If the parents do not force discipline at home, then it's unlikely that the school can really do much to stop the bullying.

    (Sorry I really hate it when people do, it shows through, haha)

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    I am sure they have, because I think they are required to phone the parents when they impose discipline. I am getting the feeling though that the parents do not care, which is really sad. I met my son's EA by accident in the grocery store and she told me this other boy is REALLY inappropriate and aggressive and really has it out for my son for whatever reason. She told this kid she hopes and knows he will get his butt kicked in his first 6 weeks in HS. The principal herself told me she had this kid and my son talk together in the office in front of her and my son asked this other kid to just let things go and why not just be friends and this kid refuses. There is something REALLY demented about someone who has to keep on when you have been punished more than once for the same offense. That kid is headed for jail. Really.

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    Yeah, I'm sorry, that's messed up. This kid will not turn out well in the end. What a bad egg. I hope he gets beaten down in high school so he doesn't bully anyone else and can walk around with his tail tucked between his legs.

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    Really makes one wonder how some people parent.

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    For the past few days my son told me no one has picked on him. Yay! Let's hope this trend continues.

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    Originally Posted by Victoria66
    For the past few days my son told me no one has picked on him. Yay! Let's hope this trend continues.
    That sounds good Victoria66, lets hope it stays that way.

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    Seems to be good! He came home smiling!

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    Originally Posted by Victoria66
    Seems to be good! He came home smiling!
    Thats great Victoria66, im happy its looking bright for you two.

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    Alright, I didn't read the whole thread.

    It boggles my mind that people think that their children don't deserve to be protected from bullying.

    Do you know how boys who are protected from bullies turn out? Men who know better than to fight. Sure, if you want your child to be a wrestler... but if you want him to have any sort of interest or any kind of life quality or any kind of happiness, you can't keep sending your child to a place where you know he will be physically harmed.

    What does that make you? Can a child trust a parent who can't and won't protect him? Can a child learn in school while terrified of the playground and trip home? Can a child mature while being constantly humiliated by his peers?

    School is for learning, maturing, and becoming an adult. Don't mistake it as a place for essential social conditioning.

    ALWAYS intervene.
    Last edited by generaldiscord; 02-11-2011 at 07:42 PM. Reason: didn't read whole thread

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