When I went to pick up my 5 year old daughter from kindergarten today I noticed she had a badly bruised, scratched up nose , and she was really upset ( not crying but I could tell she had been). I asked her what was wrong and she told me that at recess time ( which was 2 hours before) that a bigger girl "beat her up" . my heart sank and I asked her to tell me exaclty what happened and she said that the girl pushed her off the jungle gym and then got on my D's back and held her face into the gravel and that my D was crying & her nose was bleeding & she had to lay down in the nurse office for a long time. I stormed into the office & asked why they didnt call me when this happened and that I needed the name of the other girls parents because I am taking my D to the DRs and they are paying for it, and that they should probably get her things and the paperwork ready because I would be back in to withdraw her from this school !Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 5:50 PM on Nov. 8, 2010 in Parenting Debate
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Answer by Christine0813 at 5:55 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
Yes, they should have called you, I would have done so. But telling you the other child's name is a privacy issue and they should NOT release that information at all. If there is an issue at school between two children, both parents should be notified but neither should be told who the other child was *by a teacher or school personnel*. If your daughter tells you, that's something completely different.
Answer by scout_mom at 5:56 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
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