My six year old daughter is a rape victim, and with that, comes some behavioral and trust issues that we have been able to manage with love and understanding in our home, we made the school aware of the situation when we enrolled her into first grade. The school has refused to listen to us as her parents on how to deal with slight outbursts. We have been called to come pick her up from school many times and each time it has been getting worse , she is being antagonized by her teachers escalating the small behavior problem into a huge problem. We offered to come in and talk to her during these outbursts, but they don’t want that .She is very sad because the teachers are doin this in front of all her friends . She comes home crying all the time because of the teachers and the principal who corner her in the room and terrify her. One day she had to runaway from them and hid in the closet wedging her shoes under the door , just so she could feel safe, and then yesterday, I came to pick her up and they had her locked in the office closet crying, unsupervised. This has not been a safe environment so now I’m keeping her home. I want to know how I can get these monsters
I'm sorry to hear about your daughter's situation, as well as her previous victimization. The first step in "getting these monsters" is definitely to meet with, and eventually retain, a local attorney with experience in this area.
I must add, though, that you may want to be open to the possibility that these individuals are not "monsters," even if the accounts you depict are completely accurate. It may very well be her experience that the teachers and principal "corner her" and terrify her, but the others participants and witnesses may have different perspectives. Either way, I wish you, your daughter, and the rest of your family, as much peace as possible.
I'm an attorney, obviously, and I'm licensed to practice in Wisconsin, but I'm not your attorney unless and until you retain me or my firm. As such, nothing I post here should be considered personal, privileged, or formal legal advice. #IANYL
Since you don't actually describe any specific behavior by the teachers (only the reaction of your daughter), there isn't anything to go on. It is unlikely you have any sort of lawsuit. Even kids with documented disabilities and problem (that have 504 plans and IEPs...google that), they are still not absolved of bad behavior and the consequences therefrom.
You may need to discuss with the school formalizing a 504 plan that includes a BIP (Behavior Intervention Plan) if she really is in a diagnosable fragile state. Without anything formal, the school doesn't have to do anything unique or different relative to your daughter.
If you are not already doing it, you should get your daughter into therapy. If you expect people to be on eggshells around your daughter, you need to also take steps to have your daughter be able to cope when they occasionally break.
Years licensed, work experience, educationLegal community recognition
Peer endorsements, associations, awardsLegal thought leadership
Publications, speaking engagementsDiscipline