Question: Should we contact the school board?
Total Votes: 66
Last week, my daughter was threatened by another student. My daughter is in the 4th grade and this other child said he was going to bring a knife to school and kill her the next day. When my daughter told the office staff after school, in front of me, they laughed. One in particular rolled her eyes. And those who heard the boy say it, two students and an ID (she works there), didn't say anything about. I don't think they've even been asked. I've asked the staff about what's being done with no reply. I've even sent an email to the principal, since when I'm there or I call she's busy or in meetings, still with no reply. Since nothing happened, it probably was this boy just getting overly upset, but that still doesn't excuse it. This is a SERIOUS remark, no matter what the situation, and it should be dealt with. But from where I stand now, it seems like NOTHING has been done. My daughter's father says that if the staff and principal won't address the issue, then we need to go to the school board. What do you think?