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nileriver
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to report a teacher

a p.e teacher had falsely accused my son for something , and said that suspension and local police would be be notified, however due to the matter and how he talked to my son for this my son cant sleep has nightmares doesnt want to attend this school anymore. we had disscussed this matter with the vice princpal and i stil feel the matter isnt being handle correctly and fairly
In Topics: Discipline and behavior challenges
> 60 days ago

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Boys Town National Hotline
Apr 8, 2012
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What the Expert Says:

Hello,

Its great to see that you are reaching out for some help and guidance on how to handle your son's situation at school. It sounds as though the PE teacher made your son very uncomfortable and even a bit frightened by the way in which he spoke with your son. You definitely have the right to raise concerns with the staff at school, so you are doing the right thing by reaching out and trying to look after your son.

If speak with the vice principal didn't result in a response it is not a bad idea to consider speaking to somebody higher up in the school's hierarchy. Speaking with a principal or even the superintendent would both be good ideas. Remember, sometimes it isn't the first or second time we reach out for help, but the third or fourth until action is taken. Maybe the most that will happen is the PE teacher will be spoken to, but at least some action has taken place. Please don't let the discouragement you feel by the vice principal's lack of action stop you from continuing to reach out. Your son has the right to feel comfortable at school.

Boys Town National Hotline
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swaggtiga
swaggtiga writes:
if i were you i would tell the principal and report them they have no rights in doing that
> 60 days ago

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