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[–] middle_path 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Unfortunately doing the right thing isn't always legal or popular. Your son has a great moral compass, that's awesome.

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[–] AR47 [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Thanks for that.

He got it from his mother lol.

Thing is that I haven’t ever wanted or explained what being a white knight is, and I don’t want too, but this girl wasn’t able to speak or defend herself. He knew that and did what he felt needed to be done.

Same as I would do, and while we don’t need carbon copies of ourselves. At least we can instill a small bit of ourselves in our children.

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[–] Diggernicks 3 points 4 points (+7|-3) ago 

Move the fuck out of whatever shithole libtard district you live in. That school fails at schooling.

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[–] AR47 [S] 1 point 6 points (+7|-1) ago 

No a man doesn’t run away. He will adapt and overcome.

Make a stand and not falter in the face of adversity. I won’t just allow myself to be pushed around and show my son that we can just run away from our problems.

You can make whatever statement you want. Now what will show who you are is the tone of reply you give.

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[–] Diggernicks 2 points 5 points (+7|-2) ago 

No your son will get a poor education and suffer for it later.

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[–] the_sharpest_knife 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

The one year I went to school in Austin I was the only white kid in a school full of black kids and like 8 mexican kids that didn't speak english that were confined to their own special class. I got in 21 fights that year because I refused to get pushed around. The zero tolerance policy is garbage, I got in trouble every single time even though I was defending myself from more than one person in every incident. Had we been adults these kids would have secured their prison career but instead I was equally blamed for their animal like behavior. Next year we moved to a country school and I had zero violent interactions from 7-12th grade. Niggers are the worst.

Good on your boy for sticking up for that girl. It's sad that he is equally blamed for the other kids behavior.

Also just my opinion which doesn't mean much but I saw in another post that you think moving is running away from your problem but it's not. It's solving your problem. When my parents moved we ended up getting a house that was much cheaper and bigger and the public school only had 15 kids per class. The administration of that school your dealing with has no options for you because your kid probably isn't a complete reject. That douchebag kid is probably going to keep fucking with him from now on and will likely get his homeboys involved.

Either way I hope for the best and am glad to hear you care about your boy.

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[–] AR47 [S] 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Wow a thought out reply.

I appreciate that. Let me explain my reasoning with the school swap. We used to live in a very rural area in PA. Yes there was no violence and even less bullshit far as school system.

Thing was that they lack the funding for anything. Schools are over populated no matter where you go as well. 34 to a classroom where we were, and all the schools within the district I could move him to are all the fucking same as where he is now.

Being that he will turn 10 this year I want him to have stability as well. We moved here last year and it was because we wanted more in terms of programs for him.

Unless he wanted to be a farmer which he doesn’t. Here he has a multitude of choices, and he is doing robotics, and mathematics things. My goal is that he knows he isn’t alone with his education or morality.

He is a good kid and wants to do what is right morally. I want him to know that I support that, and the state can’t say otherwise. Also growing up he is going to have to learn adversity or challenges with people.

He is so outgoing that I can’t jeopardize him losing that. So many kids his age are so socially awkward that it is very noticeable. Parents always just shun away with challenges and conflict.

I don’t and pray he knows it isn’t the right way.

When my son talks to someone he looks them in the eyes. Same when he is ashamed or proud of what he has done. He stands tall and accepts consequences. He does that because I do, and he respects me as his father not his friend.

I ask why keep running away? Why not stand with your child and be with them for this challenge of life and both learn something along the way?

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[–] the_sharpest_knife 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Yeah you probably know what's best it's been decades since I was in school. I'm amazed at the amount of students they cram in to classes. If it's happening in rural schools as well then god dang. nm. =D

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[–] Empress 2 points 3 points (+5|-2) ago 

You are such a great dad. <3

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[–] AR47 [S] 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

They said I can’t go.

I said then neither will he. Then they said he is suspended for Monday. I said ok that works I will see you on Monday with local news and doing a story on anti bully behavior when children attempt to stop the harassment of special needs children.

See you then.....click

She was trying to say something and has called me back 6 times and I won’t answer.

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[–] brewpot 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Please. Give us an update on Monday. Good for you and your son for standing up for what's right.

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[–] AR47 [S] 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

One day at a time is all we can do.

I know I can’t fight the school on this, but I can show them that I am his father, and not the state. That is what pisses me off the most is how they can impose such things without anything from me because they assume I won’t react.

I just hope you don’t have to deal with this same shit when yours grow up.

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[–] green_man 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Has the zero tolerance insanity really sunk to the level of putting hands on shoulders? It sounds like your kid acted with more courage than many modern "men" would have in a similar situation.

Here's a talking point you could pound into their heads "Do you think it's bad to stop special needs little girls from being bullied?" Pile it on, your kid was protecting a person they claim to stand for. If they claim to stand for every kid ask why they aren't standing for yours. Another thing you might want to try is assign all blame to them by saying they were responsible for the children at the time of the incident and they were allowing the bullying of the special needs girl to happen, the fact it took your son to do their job is unacceptable. Add on it that your kid had the know how, resourcefulness, and wherewithal to protect a special needs kid when these "trained professionals" were nowhere to be found, especially if the local media gets involved.

If you live in a one-party consent state record every interaction you have with them and save it. I mean everything. They say "Hi" you say hold on and start recording. Do not record them if you live in a two party consent state.

Whatever you decide to do please make a followup post regarding this, I believe everyone would like to know the outcome.

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[–] Sometimesineedhelp 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

I have to say your reasoning for keeping him in school is total bullshit - you need to move and homeschool, OR move him to a private school

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[–] AR47 [S] 1 point 2 points (+3|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Or....how about I go ahead and do what I am doing and we accept that as the way it is? This pressure to do something other than fix the problem is how all this shit got so goddamn bad in the first place.

I get that the easier option for this would be to tuck tail and run with the bullshit idea of grass is greener somewhere else.

Well

FUCK

THAT

This is my grass before it was someone else goddamn grass and I am sick of allowing these liberal fucks and coward ass people saying....just leave and this is your fault.

No it isn’t my fault because I stand up to this shit, and refuse to allow it to continue without a fight.

You are the problem as much as the fucking system due to your ineptitude and lack of action.

Edit.

Yes I did upvote you because at the very least you said something which is a good first step. I may not agree with it, but I at least applaud your effort to say something.

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[–] PaleSnake 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Please tell me what state so I can avoid it.

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[–] AR47 [S] 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

All of them.

You won’t avoid this in any school with minority’s as the rules were made to protect them.

I love how ain’t a fucking soul mentioned how it is that I stand with my son, but focus on the schools reaction.

You can’t fight them head on is the point here so you instead stand with your children as a father.

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[–] PaleSnake 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I was referring more to the homeschool intrusion. I've already identified public schools as detrimental. You don't actually need to tell me though. I'm not one to remain ignorant about a future place of residence.