She has just begun to experiment with it and obviously I don't have a problem with using it if she doesn't go overboard, and I do monitor it. I told him that I feel it is a healthy, safe way for her to express herself and I also allow her to color her hair, purple if she chooses. She is nearly a straight A student, all of her teachers absolutely love her, and I told him this, and she has never caused any trouble. He had nothing nice to say about her and I had to elicit positive responses from him.
I'm pissed that he had the nerve to even bring this up, she's getting a 93 in his class. His attitude was brash and I literally bristled when I sat, even before he.spoke. I want to bring this up with the principal because it's affecting my daughter negatively.
What say you, ladies? Am I overreacting or would you feel he crossed a line?
ETA: He has singled her out before for no reason. She volunteered on the weekend to help raise money for charity. He bought lunch for the whole group except for her and announced that he was doing it. Because she "wasn't working as hard" as everyone else. That was his opinion as well. Does that make it right? She was working on the weekend for a charity.