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I thought I was gonna lay hands on her.........

Posted by on Oct. 10, 2012 at 12:02 AM
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This isnt about my toddler, its about my kindergartner. My daughters kinder teacher is so mean. There is a little boy at school who keeps picking on her. The first week of school her stuck his finger in the back of her pants. I told the teacher about it. The next day I ask her about it she said "I talked to him about it and he said he didn't do it" Well she came home last week and said he has been hitting her and putting his fingers in her food at lunch. Well I told her about that and got the same answer as last time. Then Yesterday when I picked her up from school that bitch said "You daughter was caught switching the cards for centers today" okay the have cards with their names on them and she puts them in the pocket of the center they are in on a big poster board. Like computer center or reading center. Well I got in the cr and ask her about it. She burst into tears and said that the little boy, Ben, that has been bothering her had switched her card and she was trying to put it back but could not read the names of the centers, she could only read her own name. She said the teacher made her sit in the timeout desk for the rest of centers. She said she drew her teacher a picture to show her what happened and say she was sorry, but when she raised her hand her teacher said "Put your hand down Avionna, you trying to go back to centers and your not going". I asked that bitch about it today and she told me "You should teach your daughter its not okay to be a liar".......I wanted to grab that bitch by her neck and break it. I am going to request she be moved to a different class. I can not let my daughter go through this unfair treatment. My Avionna is the sweetest thing in the world.

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hollydaze1974
by on Oct. 10, 2012 at 12:12 AM
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Change teacher immediately. There is a personality conflict. Do not schdule a meeting with her. do not schedule a meeting with the principal. do not pass go or collect two hundred dollar. Ask for a switch NOW. Not yesterday, not next week. Enter the school, and tell them you want a different teacher TODAY. listen and then say "no, that won't work. TODAY. tell them you will sit right where you are until someone escorts both of you to her new classroom.
Poor girl. It will do no good to say what was said or what was done. This teacher called your daughter a liar twice in a dimissive way and blantantly once. Your daughter will be miserable this whole school year if you don't demand a change in classrooms....by the bully, and by the teacher who has already pegged her as a trouble maker. And teacher's talk.....first could be just as bad. Get her changed out while you sit there.
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mommieof3_752
by on Oct. 10, 2012 at 12:23 AM

What should I do if they refuse?

Quoting hollydaze1974:

Change teacher immediately. There is a personality conflict. Do not schdule a meeting with her. do not schedule a meeting with the principal. do not pass go or collect two hundred dollar. Ask for a switch NOW. Not yesterday, not next week. Enter the school, and tell them you want a different teacher TODAY. listen and then say "no, that won't work. TODAY. tell them you will sit right where you are until someone escorts both of you to her new classroom.
Poor girl. It will do no good to say what was said or what was done. This teacher called your daughter a liar twice in a dimissive way and blantantly once. Your daughter will be miserable this whole school year if you don't demand a change in classrooms....by the bully, and by the teacher who has already pegged her as a trouble maker. And teacher's talk.....first could be just as bad. Get her changed out while you sit there.


BramblePatch
by on Oct. 10, 2012 at 12:23 AM
I agree....get her moved immediately.
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Luvmy2babies22
by Platinum Member on Oct. 10, 2012 at 12:40 AM

You absolutely need to speak with the principal.  Go over her head and explain that your daughter is being treated very poorly and she needs to be moved immediately. 

Beth (33) DH (38) Tyler (almost 6) Bayley (3)

hollydaze1974
by on Oct. 10, 2012 at 1:25 AM
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If you are calm and simply say " I feel there is a personality conflict between Ms.X and my daughter that is going to damage her education and feelings about learning and I think she'd be better off in a different class." they really can't. Actually, they can't anyway. they CAN say they can't do it right away and you Can say,then call me when it's done as she will not be attending Mrs X's class again. They will pull unexcused abscenses but blah she's in kinder. Just tell them you suggest they find another teacher for her quickly. You can write a letter about all instances to the principal, but insist on removal, personally, with the vague excuse I mentioned earlier.
If you decide to write the principal and email, get your dates correct and be as professional as possible.

Quoting mommieof3_752:

What should I do if they refuse?


Quoting hollydaze1974:

Change teacher immediately. There is a personality conflict. Do not schdule a meeting with her. do not schedule a meeting with the principal. do not pass go or collect two hundred dollar. Ask for a switch NOW. Not yesterday, not next week. Enter the school, and tell them you want a different teacher TODAY. listen and then say "no, that won't work. TODAY. tell them you will sit right where you are until someone escorts both of you to her new classroom.

Poor girl. It will do no good to say what was said or what was done. This teacher called your daughter a liar twice in a dimissive way and blantantly once. Your daughter will be miserable this whole school year if you don't demand a change in classrooms....by the bully, and by the teacher who has already pegged her as a trouble maker. And teacher's talk.....first could be just as bad. Get her changed out while you sit there.


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AnGLInterrupted
by on Oct. 10, 2012 at 8:57 AM

Then call the school board.  The teacher and the principal will get in trouble.

Quoting mommieof3_752:

What should I do if they refuse?

Quoting hollydaze1974:

Change teacher immediately. There is a personality conflict. Do not schdule a meeting with her. do not schedule a meeting with the principal. do not pass go or collect two hundred dollar. Ask for a switch NOW. Not yesterday, not next week. Enter the school, and tell them you want a different teacher TODAY. listen and then say "no, that won't work. TODAY. tell them you will sit right where you are until someone escorts both of you to her new classroom.
Poor girl. It will do no good to say what was said or what was done. This teacher called your daughter a liar twice in a dimissive way and blantantly once. Your daughter will be miserable this whole school year if you don't demand a change in classrooms....by the bully, and by the teacher who has already pegged her as a trouble maker. And teacher's talk.....first could be just as bad. Get her changed out while you sit there.



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