Why is it some middle school male students were allowed to destroy the bicycle of a female student and not be punished. Though I do not know the student personally, I know of her and I have seen her on her bike riding around town doing what looks to be like errands for her family because her mom is not able to do them. When I heard this story it was one more straw in the camels back. The school claims to have a zero tolerant policy and they require the kids to sit through all kinds of Seminoles and such on the topic but when it comes down to it they do absolutely nothing, oh, unless you happen to look at someone cross-eyed then you're in real trouble. But from strories I've heard from my own children and other parents the true bullying that goes on always seems to go unpunished or somehow the victim gets blamed. Can others confirm this?
The story is not true.
That's terrible! They shouldn't have to sit through all kinds of Seminoles.
Is that like our online 'newspaper', the Melrose Apache?
How do you know if it's true or not? Is it a rumor or did it happen? At school or on school grounds? Kick a Ginger Day makes me wonder because it seemed like those kids got away with it.
The gender of the alleged perpetrators or victims doesn't matter here. Instinct makes you more sympathetic but it shouldn't matter.
Yes heard the story from a school employee, so are you just saying it's not true or is it really not true. I hope it isn't.
It happened- but it will not be dealt with.