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      I actually ache for the position your son is in, as well as you

      having to listen to the other boys’ smart mouth. Our son came to us at 3

      y.o. & it took a few years for him to catch onto street jargon, even in

      elementary school, and then he never has understood most of it, nor the

      bullies in school. We couldn’t stand by & watch him suffer abuse by other

      kids. The public school could only do so much; no real discipline or

      separation from the other boys. My son only had a few friends because he

      had never been in social situations before. Finally we had to gather

      everything financially & emotionally & place him into a private school.

      Today my son is in college & still thanks us for taking him out of

      the public school. I’d love to support the public school system but it

      didn’t work for this one particular kid of ours.

      Please consider all options, even moving, before you send your son

      on a school bus or into a classroom with bullies. The emotional pain never

      leaves the one being bullied.

      Best of luck,

      ~ Rustey

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      From: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On

      Behalf Of maria

      Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 6:30 PM

      To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

      Subject: Budget101.com : 3 troublesome boys

      i was taking the long way around my apartment complex to take a

      walk,and i saw three boys playing on the swing set in the playground.(2

      of these boys-beat up/picked on my son when we first moved in)the other

      is another kid who is always getting into touble and has also picked on

      my son one time or another,I have always gotten along with these kids

      more or less on a one on one basis,except today.As I was approaching

      the swings,they all glanced my way,then when I was walking past

      them,one of them started singing”here comes Godzilla” then the other

      boy commented,hey she is trying to loose weight…she looks like a pig!

      I responded”you need to get some manners”they all stayed quiet for a

      moment then one of them said something and they all started laughing!

      It kind of hurt my feelings and I can imagine what is going to happen

      to my son if he rides the school bus with these kids! How would you

      guys handle these kids??They have no respect for adults anymore at all!



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