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I live in Greensboro, NC. I need help. I emailed a letter to the corporate office of my children's school which is located in Michigan. I wanted to express my concerns about the strict dresscode at the school located in Greensboro. This letter was emailed to the corporate office February 6, 2001. Well, this Friday May 25, 2001 the principal summoned me to his office along with his assistant principal. I thought it was concerning a different situation that happened 2 days prior. No, instead of discussing that situation, he jumped in my face and said that he knew it was me who sent that email to the corporate office in Michigan and I would be sorry. He went on to say that I had no right to do that. My question is isn't that an invasion of my privacy because when I sent the letter to the corporate office I stated that I wanted to remain anonomous for fear that there would be retaliation against my 2 children who go to the school. He refused to tell me how he got my name or who gave it to them. I need to know what do I need to do?

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