Yesterday while my 6yr old DD was at school, she asked the teacher if she can go potty and the teacher said no. so my dd raised her hand to go potty and the teacher ignored her, so my dd peed on herself. she got sent to the nurse to change. my hubby, daughter and I were pretty upset about it.
How should I handle the situation?
Answer by Zakysmommy at 10:30 AM on Sep. 23, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 10:34 AM on Sep. 23, 2009
Do the same thing I did to the teacher who refused to let my son go to the nurse when he asked. I told the teacher, the principal and the school board there better not ever be someone in this district telling my child the cannot go to the toilet or the nurse when they ask. If they are abusing a privilege we can address the problem THEN. How dare someone tell a 6 yr old they can't go potty to the point the child wets their clothes. Oh brother, I would be fuming. BTW..the day the music teacher refused to let my son go to the nurse he walked in the house running 103 temp and had an strep throat. Talk about going off on a teacher.
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