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BeginTheRomance Due July 21 (girl); 1 child; Rochester, New York 373 posts
Apr 19th '13

Totally agree.



Things do happen, but I would have been super pissed if I wasn't notified about the incident.

C'sMom! 1 child; Minnesota 1263 posts
Apr 19th '13

Both sets of parents should have been notified

mɑκαnɑni ~, OO, United States 76294 posts
Apr 19th '13

Sometimes--not always--when that stuff happens it's because the child's been molested. I'm not saying that's the case, but it's a possibility. This should have been investigated. You have a right to be pissed.

Kait. 3 kids; Iowa 2345 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting mαkαnαni:" Sometimes--not always--when that stuff happens it's because the child's been molested. I'm not saying ... [snip!] ... I'm not saying that's the case, but it's a possibility. This should have been investigated. You have a right to be pissed."


The little boy comes from a bad family. Very bad. His older brother was found guilty of putting pipe bombs on our elementary school's playground and his dad is in jail for rape of his sister's daughter... so it wouldn't surprise me.

Danu ♥ 3 Due December 17 (girl); 2 kids; Arlington, WA, United States 6598 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting Kait.:" The little boy comes from a bad family. Very bad. His older brother was found guilty of putting pipe ... [snip!] ... on our elementary school's playground and his dad is in jail for rape of his sister's daughter... so it wouldn't surprise me. "


I would be on the phone with someone right away then. Not saying it will happen again but obviously this teacher isn't taking the right steps and if it does happen what's she going to do, put this kid in time out again?

ILOVEWINE Due April 24; 2 kids; Sweden 10814 posts
Apr 19th '13

I'm honestly having a hard time believing this...



I can't imagine as a teacher not immediately sending both children to the school nurse and principal and contacting both sets of parents.



OP if in fact this actually happened like you say it did, then you need to contact the principal and need to have a meeting today. If they do not do this, contact the police.

Kait. 3 kids; Iowa 2345 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting DR♥P:" I would be on the phone with someone right away then. Not saying it will happen again but obviously ... [snip!] ... this teacher isn't taking the right steps and if it does happen what's she going to do, put this kid in time out again?"


She told me he is only there every 2-3 weeks for some reason... so she will have him around one more week and then school is over for him.

mɑκαnɑni ~, OO, United States 76294 posts
Apr 19th '13

Is he at home or in foster care?

Kait. 3 kids; Iowa 2345 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting mαkαnαni:" Is he at home or in foster care?"


I don't know, but when she told me his school schedule it made me wonder if he was in foster care. I didn't think he was though.

A is Me 1 child; South Carolina 3782 posts
Apr 19th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kait.:</b>" The little boy comes from a bad family. Very bad. His older brother was found guilty of putting pipe ... [snip!] ... on our elementary school's playground and his dad is in jail for rape of his sister's daughter... so it wouldn't surprise me. "</blockquote>




Awh. All the MORE reason for the teacher to contact his family/guardian. If she knows he could have possibly been exposed to sexual abuse then he starts acting out inappropriatelt, she is wrong for not taking action. Your daughter shouldn't have been touched but honestly, the little boy sounds like he needs more help and his teacher should be helping him get that...