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Can my daughter's principal question her over and over again about the same incident?
The next day the principal called several kids out one at a time and asked them about this. The coach asked all parents to talk to their kids to see if we could find out who did this.
The following day, the principal talked to the girls after school for 45 minutes. The girls told her that deodorant broke and the pieces fell on the floor. They picked them up. They also said that the paper towel dispenser kept dispensing towels and they did rip it off, laugh about how long it was but ultimately threw it in the trash.
She told the girls they would not be allowed to cheer in the upcoming competition if this wasnt resolved.
No questioning was done on Thurs. On Friday, she called them all in again. She demanded to know what happened. Again the girls said the same thing. Every kid (4th, 5th & 6th grade) was crying and scared. They were in this room over an hour. During this time, she called one or two kids in to her office, then another group of girls, and so on and so forth.
My daughter is afraid to go to school as she doesn't know what will happen next.
Is this legal? At no point did I receive any info from the school. This is a catholic school