You really need to inform the school of these incidents if you have not done so already. Most government services are immune from suit so you may need to go after the other student's parents, given they are aware of their child's dangerous propensities. In addition to requesting administrative disciple of the students consult with a local attorney to determine your next step in filing suit and identifying the possible defendants. Good luck, I'm sorry your son experienced this.
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Sorry to read this. Bullying should not be countanenced. Hope your son is well.
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This is criminal in nature and you should be contacting the police, notifying the Principal, the School District Superintendent, and your School Board! This bullying and behavior should not be tolerated or accepted. You may also want to contact a school law expert, Like Martin Cirkiel in Round Rock, Texas for more assistance.
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I agree with the other commentators. It is always a good idea to document incidents, facts, witnesses and even the state of mind of your son in writing in real time. You might encourage your son to keep a daily journal of entries related to the incident or any of the physical or emotional difficulties he experiences as a result of the experience. It may be considered evidence of present recollection recorded if done in real time. There may be numerous potential defendants that can be named depending upon what a more thorough investigation of the incident finds. Start internally with the principal and the school board but move quickly
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