Bullying such as this is a serious problem. You should reconsider staying at that school. You can make an internal complaint at the District level against the principal and assistant principal for their inaction. You can also file a government tort action against the District and the responsible employees, if the last event complained of is within 6 months, that being your time limit or statute of limitations. You can also file a lawsuit against the parents of the bully, if they were on notice of his bad behavior and still allowed it to continue.Ask a similar question
There are a number of issues.
Have you considered calling a meeting with the Principal and SRO (Student Resource Officer). If there has been violence (physical? hitting? pictures of bruises?) than involving the SRO might be a quick way to escalate the situation.
Have you considered filing a complaint? The school district has a duty to provide a safe environment. Please, see attached links.
In addition to having a lawyer pursue the bullying situation, it is important to address the "aggressive" label which is now preventing you from having a meaningful voice in the education of your child. When did this playground conversation occur?
While I am an attorney and I practice in the area of special education the answers that I provide in this forum should not (should never) be construed as "legal advice." If you wish to receive "legal advice" I suggest that you contact me at The Law Office of Janina Botchis. Website: www.speakforyourchild.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Free Consultation: (818)253-9444 Blog: SpecialNeedsRights.wordpress.comAsk a similar question
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