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When the school doesn't stop bullying, what do you do?
Pursuant to our conversation on Thursday, December 11, 2008, and your decision of wait and see until the police investigate, we feel our son, , is in further jeopardy of reprisals with beatings and bullying. Our son has been marked as an easy target and has been suffering for years. We have approached the school on numerous occasions to ensure the safety of to and from Public School. This current critical situation has had serious repercussions on our son's emotional well-being. As parents, we need to advocate for our three sons attending this school. We are no longer accepting lip service from the school's administrators. We have no faith in the school and has expressed fear and lack of faith in his school for his personal safety. The "wait and see" what the police do is no longer an option.
is a good student that has taken an active role within the school and it is unjust that this child be prevented from enjoying what the school has to offer. From our perspective, over the years, these bullies have been given more consideration then my son, the victim. As a result of this latest incident, he has insisted that we provide him with transportation as he is scared to be alone outside. We feel that this requires an immediate response and action and that we be kept apprised of the situation.
Mom and Dad.
Someone please help. We don't know what to do anymore. It is a full time job advocating for this son. Our other two children (SK and Grade 3) do not have this problem. Where do we go from here?