- June 22, 2008 at 7:12 pm #258704
this type of thing went on for while at my sons elementry school(where he got blamed for everything and where the other kids didnt even get a phone call or note sent home,I think both should be made to have consequience for the actions as it takes two! The school tends to blame the “special needs” child first.
wrote: >My son is 10, too. He’s in a class with small number of students as
special class because he cannot sit still. He gets bored easily, also
he is stubborn. In his school lately he is
always caught doing bad
things but the truth is, his classmates always started it, but he is
the one being punished. I feel like one more strike he’s out of the
school. The boy punched him in the stomach in the playground and call
him black (He have a dark skin (father is puerto rican, mom is asian
(Phils.)To retaliate he call him “F” word, and give him the middle
finger. So, principal/teacher wrote us a letter of what my son did,
but not the other boy. I’m thinking of sending my son to my daughter
in the air force just to get him out of trouble. Please advise. Thank you.
Original Message —-
> From: maria
> To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Sunday, June 22, 2008 2:12:38 PM
> Subject: Budget101.com : Bullying continues(long)
> My son is age 10,he is a special needs child as
well as a legally
> disabled child. As long as i can remember he has been picked
> on/called names/even beat up by his peers.
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