What do you want to happen? Have the police been involved? Was your son injured or otherwise traumatized? These are all questions to discuss with an experienced civil litigation attorney.
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I agree with my colleague that you need to sit down with a civil attorney and talk about various options. Reporting to the school district superintendent. Reporting to police. Etc.
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There is no sound reason for delaying a police report here.
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I am sorry that this happened to your son. I suggest you immediately make a a written demand for all your son's education records, including discipline reports. Consultation with an experienced attorney in education matters would make sense. This is a complex situation with many layers and overlapping laws.