My daughter started preschool on March 7, and last week she was telling me that a girl was picking on her and trying to trip her. Well I didn't think much of it because then she said that they were friends. Wednesday-Friday last week she didn't go to school because of doctors appointments out of town. Well today I pick her up from school and go to my moms house to take care of her, and Hannah (dd) starts talking about the girl being mean to her again and she asked me if we could go talk to her teacher. My mom said I should go up there and let them know what is going on so I did. Hannah told them the same story she told me and her teachers told her that she needed to let someone know what happens and she says "I told my mommy" which she did so we had to let her know she also needed to let the teacher know as soon as it happens. Did I do the right thing by talking to the teacher or should I have left this alone?
Answer by HannahLee87 at 12:40 AM on Mar. 29, 2011
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Answer by CHarlan at 12:59 AM on Mar. 29, 2011
u did the right thing. that other kid is a bully and she needs to be stopped. i don't care what the age.. a bully should always be taken seriously. i remember years ago a kid got stabbed in the eyeball with the lead of a sharp pencil and she has lost sight in the eye forever!!!! she is a very pretty little girl but one eyeball is totally covered with a thick white film since the incident. guess what..they were in 1st grade. if my child gets bullied in pre-school and it is physical, the cops WILL be called to handle the little pissant. if it is just verbal, we will be having a parent-teacher get together no question asked.
Answer by gwen20 at 1:35 AM on Mar. 29, 2011
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