My child was being picked on by a school bully using violence and racial epithets. This had been going on for two years. I wrote letters, talked to the staff, etc.
After the last event, I went to school and chewed out the principal and assistant principal on the playground. I told them I hold them personally responsible for my child's safety and I would be back to talk to them if he came home hurt or disrespected again.
I sent an email demanding action. No response on the bullying was ever issued.
Now I have a letter from the district informing me that I am no longer allowed on campus because I was "aggressive". If I do go to school a restraining order will be issued against me.
What are my rights/options? I want to be able to keep my kids at their school if possible.
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