What would you do if your child's school was not protecting her from bullies? That's the question that Kathy Lindsay, a mom in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, is struggling to answer. The mom of two was banned from her children's school after accompanying her daughter to class to keep a group of bullies away from her.
According to Lindsay, the teasing and bullying started two years ago, when she and her family first moved into the Algoma School District. "This is a little girl who has been in a living hell for the last year," she told the SaultStar.
The school district feels the issue has been addressed and refuses to continue discussing it, but Lindsay says the school board is simply not willing to help. She has pulled her two children from class for the final two weeks of the school year and plans to spend the summer evaluating private school and other options.
How does your child's school deal with bullying?