Parent/Teacher conference

Have advice for parents of a bullied kid? What can they do? How can they help?

Re: Parent/Teacher conference

Postby wrenched » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:38 pm

MrsBrown wrote :
> What if your child's teacher thinks that the bullying isnt as excessive as
> you do? Do you go over the teachers head?

they are giving you no choice because sitting back and doing nothing is not an option
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Re: Parent/Teacher conference

Postby MizCeeDub » Mon Mar 11, 2013 6:58 pm

wrenched wrote :
> MrsBrown wrote :
> > What if your child's teacher thinks that the bullying isnt as excessive as
> > you do? Do you go over the teachers head?
>
> they are giving you no choice because sitting back and doing nothing is not an option

Definitely go over their head. Only you know your child and if your child is expressing concern or fear, then go above them! Now a days, its too much "extra" work to report a possible problem for a busy teacher. Better be safe than sorry! Too many children hurting other children and hurting themselves.. it needs to stop!!!!
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Re: Parent/Teacher conference

Postby Dazer » Wed Apr 24, 2013 9:36 am

I remember when I was in 1st grade and my mom had to come to school because I hit a kid in the face that pulled my hair. All I really remember is my mom and the teacher shouting at who started it and who was more in the wrong and I just left after they stopped fighting and nothing happened.That was the last parent teacher meeting she ever had :lol:
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Re: Parent/Teacher conference

Postby DoraLynn » Sun Apr 28, 2013 5:58 pm

With all the bad things happening, how come teachers are not taking complaints more serious? I would think they would treat all reporting and incidents as serious as a heart attack!
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Re: Parent/Teacher conference

Postby LindyLou » Tue Jul 02, 2013 9:19 pm

Ive noticed that when you try to get a teacher involved, they are standoffish. They don't want to take anymore time dealing with things because they are already stretched extremely thin. When my niece was having a issue, I was told to try and deal with the parents. Well, they wouldn't give me the information to the parents, so that was a dead end.
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Re: Parent/Teacher conference

Postby Daretodream » Mon Jul 08, 2013 1:23 pm

WHen your childs grades slip drastically, and you know nothing is going on in the home, it would be a good indication to ask what may or may not be happening. You may have to schedule a meeting with the teacher to see if they have noticed anything unusual in school. Teachers usually hear things.
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Re: Parent/Teacher conference

Postby CarbonCutout » Tue Oct 08, 2013 1:44 pm

I had to do a bunch of these when i was younger for disrupting the class all the time but never for bullying. If I was brought into school for my child being a bully I would be very upset
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Re: Parent/Teacher conference

Postby soopah » Wed Feb 19, 2014 1:43 pm

LindyLou wrote :
> Ive noticed that when you try to get a teacher involved, they are
> standoffish. They don't want to take anymore time dealing with things
> because they are already stretched extremely thin. When my niece was having
> a issue, I was told to try and deal with the parents. Well, they wouldn't
> give me the information to the parents, so that was a dead end.

So frustrating when they dont help!
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