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Bullying in school


My daughter is bullied in school by two guys her age, as she was called hore for being native/ French Canadian!! She's been push, trip and even hit!!  It's been over 3 months it's continuing..  ive contact the school, RCMP as it seem, they don't to do nothing by telling me, it's the school to take care of it, ive called the ministery of education... You have suggestions, any one???
Jan 12, 2018 @ 02:49 pm

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bullying in school

Is your daughter in elementary, or secondary school?
I am extremely surprised that those two boys have not been expelled from school by now!!
We have a zero tolerance for bullying at our elementary school.
Have you tried contacting your MP in your community?
Have you contacted the School Board?
I am very interested in hearing and following this forum.
Jan 12, 2018 @ 09:04 pm

I am surprised as well, due to anti bullying policies at most schools. I am so sorry to hear this. Have you talked to the parents of the bullies?? Usually parents of bullies are in denial. Are there other children being bullied by the same people??? Are you in contact with school guidance counsellor??? I will be following this post. I hope you get help for your child.
Jan 23, 2018 @ 11:04 pm


I am very surprised as every school I have ever attended has had a zero tolerance to bullying. I am sorry that your daughter is going through this though.
Jan 30, 2018 @ 09:48 pm


That’s terrible, I really hope someone helps you and your daughter fast.
Jan 31, 2018 @ 01:16 am

bullying at school

Did you manage to get anything resolved?

I am interested to hear!

Feb 02, 2018 @ 12:09 pm


Gives me a flashback to my middle school years with a male bully. He was a chronic offender and physically assaulted multiple girls. Reporting to the school did nothing. One girl got a very dark big black eye from him, and our school divisions "zero tolerance" policy gave him a 3-day at home suspension for it... which kids think is a joke b/c they just watch tv so it's a vacation. My advice is to have your daughter report every single incident to the office each time it happens, and then you should get a photocopy of each report as proof to bring to the school division, PTA, police, or local newspaper. Seeing the guidance counselor is a good idea b/c they are obligated to prevent further abuse and resolve things... and I would have benefited from talking to someone about it when I was a kid.

In my opinion all physical abusers need to be expelled and home schooled, sad that nothing has ever changed. I hope your daughter gets the support she needs, as it has haunted me my entire life and made age 13 the worst year of my life.. It's like there needs to be videotape evidence of the crime being committed for anything to be done about it. In my case nothing ever happened to the kid, except that he flunked out of high school. "Zero Tolerance" is BS.
Feb 02, 2018 @ 01:48 pm


That's horrible that they are not doing anything to help stop this! They are usually strict when it comes to situations like this and upsetting they are not doing anything. I remember when i was young, I told my parents to talk to my homeroom teacher and principal to stop from a few people bullying and they resolved it quickly. Upsetting on the school and authorities part
Feb 02, 2018 @ 05:18 pm


I can’t say I’m entirely surprised that the school isn’t doing anything. A lot of schools say they have “a zero tolerance policy” when it comes to bullying, but it’s usually a load of lies. I went through 5 or 6 years of harassment on and off school grounds and no one ever helped me.

In your case, I would go above the school and go directly to a newspaper or local news station! It can be done in a way that your daughter’s name is not mentioned, so it doesn’t draw more attention to her. But it will get the school’s attention for sure! They are serving an injustice to your poor daughter! I hope everything gets better!
Feb 03, 2018 @ 08:43 am

Bullying in school

So sad not even in schools workplaces experience it to, I know I have as an adult
Mar 07, 2018 @ 07:31 pm
jess n zack

mom of three native american french children

our afamily is native french canadian also my husband is native from quebec and im french quebec. we have a son vaanjij who is 4 and is in nursery and is made fun of because he has long native hair. his sister and little brother also has long hair. he came home crying that the girl were asking why he looked like one of them. we tried to confront the issue but nothing happend i told my husband and my father and the next week the kids in grades 5-8 came and saw vaanjij and showed him their long native men hair. this solved the issue vaan was reasured he was normal like the rest and we as parents had to step in again. hope our story helps you n ur ddauhgter as well as many others. we are aboriginal our culture is who we are. not whar people make us to be
Apr 27, 2018 @ 02:09 pm

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