This is the slacker girl from the group project(who my DD,15, told "get your priorities straight" and DD got reprimanded after girl's mom called the teacher) the 2 other girls who were in the group were asked by and told the teacher that the slacker was indeed not doing the work, but texting, etc. Slacker got reprimanded yesterday, and then was doing the whispering/glancing at my DD thing in the next class. The girl she was whispering to I found out, was a girl who my DD was hearing tell for all to hear about sex she had w/boys and told her "please stop I don't want to hear it" and this girl said"what are you, some Christian prude?" So, now my DD is in tears because she feels the slacker is out for revenge and is going to "make me look bad to people and they'll think less of me!"
The slacker's Mom is always bailing her out and the girl says my DD hates her and is mean to her. I don't know what to do~I said keep your distance.
Asked by Anonymous at 7:54 AM on Dec. 17, 2009 in Teens (13-17)
Tell the principle. As childish as that sounds that is harassment. If you pursue it that "slacker" will be punished. The fact that your daughter feels the way she does is creating a hostel environment. the principle can do something about that. If he does not then take it to the superintendent
Answer by Mrs.Owen86 at 8:06 AM on Dec. 17, 2009
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Answer by SoccerDiva09 at 9:09 AM on Dec. 17, 2009
Don't Hold back do something now. This will only get worse if something isn't done now. Kids like that thrive on drama. If they can't get to your daughter the they will find another victim. Girls and boys like this have to be shown that this is not acceptable and will not be tolerated. Don't let you daughter be pushed into defending her self against bullies like this, the out come of that could be far worse. I had a situation like this with my odest child. I did not act on it because my daughter said that it would embarrass her. It kept going all the school year and resulted in a fight. The pent up frustration in my daughter came to a head and my daughter broke another girls that was apart of the click. The end result was that the original victim was punished.
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