Mother Threatens Bullies In Classroom

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  1. Everything Zen

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    ^^^ Good. WTH is wrong with people?!
     
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    It did.. the school allegedly suspended her daughter as well - for filming the video on her cell phone:
    I suspect the school did that to protect the white teacher and keeping her from getting into any trouble.... Everyone knows who her daughter is because mom is taking it to social media.



     
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    I don't think anyone is disputing that protecting our babies is instinctive...that comes with the territory.
    But there are times, the mom's irrational actions can do more harm to the child than protect, as she may have intended.


     
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    She needs to pull her child from that school STAT
     
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    I don’t have kids but I would hope that if I did, homeschooling and private school would be the only options I’d consider.

    A boy snatched a teacher’s wig off in front of class last week (?).
     
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    Remember ya'll being able to home school is a luxury that not many people have especially if mom is a single parent and has to work.

    That being said I would take my child out of the school Stat and homeschool by any means necessary.
    Sometimes being around other kids especially bad ones does more harm than good.
     
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    I agree. I would not have done it that way but I ran across this article as soon as I left the thread and thought it was manas posting up everywhere, lol. It’s not a laughing matter but bullying is so bad and can mess with a child’s self esteem for life if they don’t take the suicide way out. It’s on a whole new level. Some of these kids are demonic. They think it’s funny when a kid kills themselves and like you said, they are too young and underdeveloped to understand so sometimes a parent has to make them understand. When you meet some of these bullies’ parents, you can see why they act that way.

    My girls were bullied by a Hispanic boy easily double their weight and size and mom was like you know how boys are. No, I don’t. My girl did what she needed to do and mom is looking at me after it went on so long. Me: You know how girls are. I’ve no sympathy for bullies of any age. Sorry.
     
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    My daughter, the bitter pixie, wanted me to tell you that this act is the village in action. She said, "Do you think everyone in the village is supposed to hand out candy and tell you you're cute? Somebody has to hand out the cans of whoop. Apparently, none of the bullies parents did their jobs, so this mom is acting on behalf of the village and handing it out "for free" just like a good village." She then said the bullies are getting their just desserts. Notice the food theme, in the village if your mama isn't feeding you, the village will make sure you're fed, and somebody gotta hand out the cans of whoop.
    She is saying this mama stepped up to feed the whoop because somebody has to hand it out in situations like this. And I agree because this is exactly how our village works and the one I grew up in.


    I hope I got that right. She's a character and my sides were aching laughing through her little rant. We cannot stand bullies in my house. She's a delightful mess.
     
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    @Shula... your daughter told me! lol.. I ain't messing with her.. I get where she is coming from, though. It's not all milk and cookies. She is right... that is "village action" Unfortunately, we're not in a village. Otherwise, mom wouldn't have been banned from the school and daughter wouldn't have a suspension on her record. The "village" punished them. The village concept IMHO is more effective in monethnic communities.
    I looked up the demographics for Laguna Niguel... 80% are white; 73% are NonHispanic white; 1.2% are African American; 0.3 are American Indian; 8.7% are Asian; 0.1% are Pacific Islander; 4.8% are from other races and less than 5% are two or more races.
    Dem white folks didn't take too well to sistagirl talking to their kids about no cans of whoop.. she wasn't speaking their language so the point didn't go across. How unfortunate that the daughter "violated authority" when the authoritative figure head - aka teacher - condoned it and was in the same classroom with her. We can't put ourselves in positions to get set up like that...
     
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    :look: She be telling me too half the time, lol. I'm with you, sis. Thanks for looking up the demographics. This is why I said this:

    My personal village is very multiracial but I wouldn't trust outsiders I didn't know and think of like family to be part of my "village" is probably a better way for me to put it.
     
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    That school is bad for her. I hope the mother realizes that now and get that girl out of there. Some of the public schools are miniature youth detention centers. Learning how to defend and protect should not be a part of daily school curriculum.
     
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    You are so right and these shooter drills are traumatizing as heck. I feel so bad for these school age kids. The sad part is all this bullying tends to create the school shooters and the cycle continues. If a black tiny mama with a baby voice has to cuss us you out to deter your antics, that's probably among the least traumatic things they have to go through. Sad all around.
     
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    Her daughter said that the bullying has stopped so far.
     
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    Where is that child's father??
     
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    ^^^ Could be a sperm donor, could be dead, could be in jail, could be irresponsible, could be out-of-state, could be traveling for work, could be very private and not want to be in the media. Could be a lot of things. If dad went to the school and did anything similar to mom the ending (or beginning) would have been much worse.

    No offense to anyone, but we should look into the bullies' life and behavior problems much more than the life of this girl and her mother. I just want to know that mom and child are fine. Now go after the bullies and their parents.
     
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    No offense taken.. but I think she needs some support, legal and otherwise. It would be good to see her in the company of family members or an attorney when she's being interviewed. Right now, her daughter, and not the bullies are being exposed and exploited, and the bullies' identities are being protected. The good thing is this is keeping the focus on bullying in schools.
    But she needs to go hard against the schools and not trying to justify her actions for defending her daughter. That last interview, the journalist was steering her answers. She needs to pull her daughter from the school and cease interviewing without an attorney. It's not helping her cause.
     
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    Or any male (regardless of race) in this woman’s life who can speak on this woman and little girl’s behalf to tell these boys to knock it off. No dad, brother, granddad, uncle, cousin, pastor, neighbor, Al Sharpton, ANY male?

    I also agree with the men going after the boy’s family as well.
     
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    So here's the natural progression.
     
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    ^^^ but why is your 9 year old out here begging to catch a case? :look:
     
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    His mama probably ain't spit but that's neither here nor there if the other parent didn't contact her about the problem. Are parents cool with other parents just randomly popping up on the bus or in the classroom and not spanking (which is bad enough) but actually putting up them dukes and fighting their kids?
     
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    Why wouldn’t the school contact the 9 y/o’s Parent about him bullying her kid? IMO that’s the start.

    My daughter was bullied in 5th grade, all through middle school and once during high school. I always started with the school (teacher/counselor/principal) and worked my way up from there. The last time she was bullied, I threatened legal action and the bully was told not to even look at my daughter or she would be kicked out of school.
     
  22. Leeda.the.Paladin

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    Dang, she wrapped her hands around his neck. Look, I can understand wanting to fight for your child but dang. The way that boy is laid out on the couch next to his mama like he can’t be bothered with this interview, I can tell he’s a handful. I could never, ever, ever, ever be a teacher. I have to stay my hand with my own kids, I dont know about a stranger.
     
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    Why is that mama so mad at the bus driver? How are these people supposed to drive 30 kids around and play referee? They can’t do both effectively.
     
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    Please ladies understand I do not condone this type of behavior. That delusional enabling mother IS the problem. I want to predict that her nine-year-old son has reduced his chances of becoming a career criminal as a teenager and adult due to this incident. None of it should have happened and hearing that a woman beat a child is weird and embarrassing. However I have zero energy to defend the nine-year-old bully who hit the five-year-old or his manipulative mother. The other mother should deal with her simple battery because that was extreme. At the same time parents need to get some type of charge anytime a child in their household fights another. The bus driver should not be involved in this case.
     
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    Something must be in the water. There’s video of the fight and the mother and brother getting on the bus but I don’t know how to embed video lol. It’s at the link below.

    Middle school student and her mother charged after fight on Columbus school bus - WCMH
    May 22, 2019 04:57 EST
    COLUMBUS (WCMH) --

    An 11-year-old Columbus middle school student has been charged with assault after allegedly attacking another student on a school bus.

    Now, police have also charged the suspect's mother and brother in connection with the incident.

    The incident happened on April 8. The mothers of both young girls involved say their daughters were the victims of bullying in school.

    In the moments before the fight, the suspect takes off the sweatshirt that was tied around her waist and stretches her fingers. Everyone seems to know what's about to happen, except the victim.

    “The suspect jumped on top of the victim and started punching her. I think we counted 10 punches,” said Sgt. John Blubaugh with the Columbus Division of Police.

    Donita Sinett says her daughter Sanita had a black eye and a busted lip.

    "I think moreso emotionally, she’s more damaged emotionally than she was physically," said Sinett.

    Donita says her daughter has learning and behavioral issues and had been bullied by several other students at Champion Middle school for weeks. She says when she complained to school officials she was told her daughter would have to learn to fight back.

    The suspect’s mother, Daja Cox, said, in fact, it was her daughter who had been bullied.

    “I told her, you know if they’re going to keep bullying you, you’re going to have to handle it. We’ve already talked to teachers, we’ve already talked to principals, we’ve already talked to everyone and no one wants to get involved.”

    She says she gave her daughter the green light to throw fists.

    And when the bus driver stopped to break it up that day, Daja Cox and her 18-year-old son came running onto the bus.

    "I had to tell my daughter to fight," said Cox. “Pick the biggest one out of the crew and get on her, then everyone else will leave you alone.”

    Police say Cox and her son can be heard making threats on the bus. Both are now charged with disorderly conduct.

    “The fact is you don’t take it into your own hands you go to the school., you work it out there. You don’t get justice on your own. That’s not how it's supposed to work,” said Sgt. Blubaugh

    NBC4's Ted Hart reached out to Columbus City Schools for comment about the incident. He has not heard back.

    Donita Sinett says her daughter did not return to school after the bus incident and is getting counseling.

    https://www.nbc4i.com/news/local-ne...after-fight-on-columbus-school-bus/2019297597

    (Via NBC4 News)
     
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    This is why I will never have my kids attend an all black or majority black school. Yes whites bully too but I have seen the most disorderly conduct, fighting and bullying on the busses and at schools with the majority black kids. The black kids will talk about your hair, shoes, clothes, and everything. While the white kids can wear pajamas to school with uncombed hair and no one says shi*.
    Poverty and lower educational standards at the black schools are other reasons.
     
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    ^well there are private schools, uniforms take care of most of that. what says you @Southernbella.
     
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    The young girl in the original post attends a predominately white school. Her bullies are white and hispanic.
     
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    Yes I know that, all races and classes of kids bully others. In my experience there is more bullying and "cracking" that goes on in the black schools and on their busses, as well as the impoverished and inner city schools. The black students care much more about appearance and hair than grades.
     
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    I don't know if race matters. Some children are cruel and vicious no matter what the race. :(

    And if your black child is truly a minority is a school full of whites, what makes you think that the bullying would be less traumatic for them than if it was coming from black children?
     

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