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Maverick8584

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IN NY
I am in a nightmare!! The school that my children are in oh boy where do I start. My children have been beat up on more than one occation. For the last 6 years I asked the school to hold back one of my children because emotionally he needed to grow. The answer I got was well we know he can do the work...even thought he did not...so we will not hold him back. Last year they listend to me. What a mistake!! The 6th grade the first time was heck! And to go through it again oh boy. The teacher berated him and made him feel like garbage in front of the class. Thank God that is over. but the teacher refused to meet with my husband and I after 3:30 ever!!! I don't get it.Then I was screamed at for over an hour because the school was going to refuse my children lunch. (4 years earlier they did) Because it was the end of the year. I was threated by the "Lunch Lady" to have Social Services called because I was denying my kids lunch? I was told to "move then". My husband and I refuse to sign the Computer agreement because for 4 years they have not put into place any filters to help protect them. They can print porno, use instant messaging and have email addresses.
Now I need to know is there any where I can go to speak to a lawyer to help fix things??? Tried the super and both principals, and my local Assemblyman. My children are getting the anger that is mine thrown on them?????? I bet this is gonna get nasty this year. HELP
I know this is jumbled. So is my brain. I hope that we can work this out.
 


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teague2

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Sounds like there is a lot going on in and out of school.

I don't see anything you can do legally except try to work within the system to make things better for your kids. Are they supervised while they are on the computer? If so, there is really no sound reason for you to withhold that from them. In the long run it will do them more harm than good -- they need to learn computer skills!

My advice is to bite the bullet, swallow your pride, and figure out how to make things as easy for your kids as possible. If you have been labled as a "problem parent" then the staff will not go out of their way to accommodate you or your children.

Back off for your kids' sake.


Lisa
 

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