Robinwhite1 asks:

Bullying by teachers in school?

My 5 year old kindergartner is having trouble adjusting to all the rules of school. His test scores are very high but he has yet to come home with any stickers or smiley faces for behavior. He sits alone up against chalk board rather than with groups like rest of children. At lunch he has to eat alone at desk in hallway and is not allowed and was even fearful to sit at regular lunch table when his grandmother came to eat lunch with him. Today during his program at school, the teacher did not know I was there and I observed them pull my child out of program for putting on and removing his costume mask multiple times. I approached teacher and principal asking what he did wrong since I was standing less than 5 feet away and didn't see anything that deserved that treatment. They immediately let him rejoin the students for the program. The teacher was very upset that I and my mil questioned her and approached me later about if I thought she is unfair to my child. I told her I requested an appointment at the office. The principal never called me today to set up. I'm not sure how to handle all of this. I want my child to have good experiences at school. I know he can be challenging at times but I'm not ok with the punishment he is getting without my knowledge. What are my rights? Other children already single him out saying he is a bad boy and not allowed to sit with them etc. he is not a "bad" boy!  He is a very intelligent, loving child who is having trouble keeping 100% contained.
In Topics: My Relationship with my child's school
> 60 days ago



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