I remember when I was in school, we would walk throught the halls, keep our hands to ourselfs and for the most part keep our mouth shut.
Did we do rude & crude jesters to each other? no. Did we throw condoms at girls? No! Did we do sexually inappropriate things to our classmates? NO!
If I send my child to school with cuts, bruises, burns and so on, I would be reported to child protective services and rightfully so. If I send my child to school, with none of the previous mentioned but he comes home with a bloody mouth, torn clothes or advising me that he was spit at in the face why doesn't child protective services contact the school? Why is this ok to happen in the schools? Why is happening in our schools? Why aren't the schools taking more proactive actions on this very serious matter?
Answer by lovingmy4babies at 5:03 PM on Mar. 7, 2011
things like that are not happening at every school. if we have a zero tolerance rule I dont know about it but we have NEVER had any issues like that at our school.
for reference Im in a large elementary school in so. cal (800 students k-6th)
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