Mom called to school after daughter hits another student – her reaction is spreading like wildfire

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As a parent, you for the most part endeavor to ensure your child is kindhearted, free and treats others with compassion. Clearly, it is troublesome continually; kids will be kids.

Obviously, it’s basic to have the choice to reprimand our children when the person being referred to accomplishes something unacceptable, anyway we ought to in like manner be there to stand up and bolster our kids when required.

That is something one mother, fills in as a medical attendant, obviously did.

Viciousness is never the best answer, anyway there are models wherein self-defending can be the fundamental course. Examine this present mother’s story underneath and let us understand what you think…

I’m an Emergency Room medical caretaker and we’re not permitted to have our telephones on us; they’re to be kept in our storage spaces. A call comes into medical clinic gathering on a private line for me.

Teacher: “This is [Teacher] from [School]. There’s been a case involving [Daughter]. We need you to come in.”

Me: “Is she ill or inju-red? Can it wait until my shift is over in two hours?”

Teacher: “[Daughter] has stru-ck another student. We’ve been trying to call you for 45 minutes. It really is very serious.”

I go to the school and am ushered into the Principal’s office. I see my daughter, her advisor, a male teacher, the principal, a boy with blo-od around his nose and a red face, and his parents.

Teacher: “Mrs. [My Name], how kind of you to FINALLY join us!”

Me: “Yeah, things get busy in the ER. I’ve spent the last hour administering over 40 stitches to a seven-year-old who was beat-en by his mother with a metal ladle and then I had to deal with the police regarding the matter. Sorry for the inconvenience.”

(After watching him try to not act embarrassed, he tells me what has happened. The boy had snapped my daughter’s bra and she had pun-ched him in the face… twice. I got the impression they were more angry with my daughter than the boy.)

Me: “Oh. And you want to know if I’m going to press charges against him for se-xually assa-ulting my daughter and against the school for allowing him to do it?”

(They all get jittery when I mention se-xual assa-ult and start speaking at once.)

Teacher: “I don’t think it was that serious.”

Advisor: “Let’s not over-react.”

Principal: “I think you’re missing the point.”

(The boy’s mother then starts crying. I turn to my daughter to find out what happened.)

Daughter: “He kept snapping my bra. I asked him to stop but he didn’t, so I told Mr. [Teacher]. He told me to ‘ignore it.’ [Boy] did it again and undid my bra so I hit him. Then he stopped.”

(I turn to the teacher.)

Me: “You let him do this? Why didn’t you stop him? Come over here and let me touch the front of your trousers.”

Teacher: “What?! No!”

Me: “Does that seem inappropriate to you? Why don’t you go and pull on Mrs. [Advisor]’s bra right now. See how fun it is for her. Or on that boy’s mother’s bra. Or mine. You think just because they’re kids it’s fun?”

Principal: “Mrs. [My Name]. With all due respect, [Daughter] still be-at another child.”

Me: “No. She defended herself against a se-xual att-ack from another pupil. Look at them; he’s nearly 6 feet and 160 pounds. She’s 5 feet and 84 pounds. He’s a foot taller than her and twice as heavy.

How many times should she have let him touch her?

If the person who was supposed to help and protect her in a classroom couldn’t be bothered, what should she have done? He pulled her bra so hard it came undone.

I’m taking her home. I think the boy has learned his lesson. And I hope nothing like this ever happens again, not only to [Daughter], but to any other girl at this school. You wouldn’t let him do it to a member of staff so what makes you think he can do it to a girl of 15 is beyond me. I will be reporting this to the school administrators. And if you—” *turning to the boy* “—EVER touch my daughter again I WILL have you arr-ested for se-xual assa-ult. Do you understand me?”

I was so angry, I gathered my daughter’s things and left. I reported it to the School Board, several of whom I know, and was assured it would be strongly dealt with.

My daughter was put into a different class for that subject, away from the teacher and the boy.

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