Woman faults Claremont school for att...

Woman faults Claremont school for attack on son

There are 74 comments on the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story from Oct 9, 2010, titled Woman faults Claremont school for attack on son. In it, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports that:

A parent has complained to the school board that her two children had been injured by a 9-year-old girl.

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some guy

Moreno Valley, CA

#1 Oct 9, 2010
smells like she is lining up the school for a nice big fat lawsuit!!!! you go girl!!!!!
Xenophobe

Lytle Creek, CA

#2 Oct 10, 2010
Will be deserved if other students step forward with similar complaints.
hunkie boy

Moreno Valley, CA

#3 Oct 10, 2010
Remember what i say once a week, ON LINE home education.you are much safer in your home than you are at school,the 21st century is here, the antiquated 19th century school system is oudated.
Joe moma

Ontario, CA

#4 Oct 10, 2010
It's a employees child, which means they live in a different city. The employee is entitled and encouraged to enroll his or her child in the district because it bring the district more money. Our district has shown great displeasure when a emp. child is NOT enrolled in the district, so what do you think will happen.....nothing.
stewie

Cambridge, MA

#5 Oct 10, 2010
Maybe the district can pay for the lawsuit with the money from the CL bond if Claremont residents are dumb enough to pass it.
Jerred Weaver

Orange, CA

#6 Oct 10, 2010
I got punched in the nuts by a girl once... I got over it.
WOW Factor

Yuma, AZ

#7 Oct 10, 2010
Pennington...it's time to stand up for your rights and this is where I believe a lawsuit is warranted. Good luck.

It's about time these bullies learn a lesson.

Hope your children will be ok.

Let me say this, if my child ever harmed someone in this manner...I can say, I'd spank them, take everything from their cell phone, computer and stereo away from them. I AS A PARENT WOULDN'T STAND FOR THIS TYPE OF BEHAVIOR. I BLAME THE PARENT!!!!

Claremont school district- ever hear of firing this employee? You might want to consider doing this as they are going to cost you alot of money now. And rightfully so.

GO PENNINGTON!!!!!!!!!!
Kim

Kapolei, HI

#8 Oct 10, 2010
The school district will do nothing. Contact the police and make an appointment with one of LA's District Attorneys. This will get somebody's attention.
montclair

Whittier, CA

#9 Oct 10, 2010
you cant blame the school for having a bully ,all they could do is suspend her and if it keeps up maybe get her expelled.But lets talk about the boy that got stabbed and hit by the girl.What did he do to provoke her?
Night Watch

West Covina, CA

#10 Oct 10, 2010
Looks to me as a law suit is on it's way very soon, the thing here is that the parents know, or knew that their child had pre-post issues that could hurts someone and did nothing to prevent it, well, the parents can be sued for damages, as the district can be named in the suit as a defendant, should they not do anything to help prevent such re-accuracy, that's what I do believe is on it's way, so, PEOPLE CAN'T WE JUST GET ALONG ??
montclair

Whittier, CA

#11 Oct 10, 2010
Jerred Weaver wrote:
I got punched in the nuts by a girl once... I got over it.
Heres a perfect example!!!Jerred, what did you do to her to give her a reason to punch you?
montclair

Whittier, CA

#12 Oct 10, 2010
I dont agree with what the girl but lets hear the whole story people.
The Police

Santa Ana, CA

#13 Oct 10, 2010
Kim wrote:
The school district will do nothing. Contact the police and make an appointment with one of LA's District Attorneys. This will get somebody's attention.
State law says children under 12 cannot commit crimes. This isn't a Police/DA issue. This is a poor parenting/slow responding school district/bad child behavior issue. If this story is true, the child/parents need help not handcuffs....
montclair

Whittier, CA

#14 Oct 10, 2010
Sorry about the bad spelling,I dont agree with what the girl did but lets hear the whole story people.(thats better)
Yeah Right

AOL

#16 Oct 10, 2010
The Police wrote:
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State law says children under 12 cannot commit crimes. This isn't a Police/DA issue. This is a poor parenting/slow responding school district/bad child behavior issue. If this story is true, the child/parents need help not handcuffs....
True, but children under 12 and over can be victims of crimes. And as a victim they can still report the crime to the police and get the suspects name in the system.
Jill

Upland, CA

#17 Oct 10, 2010
Gotta agree with Stewie and the CL bond! Yes, Stewie with all the academia in Claremont, you would expect them to know a scam when they see one. Don't even get me going about the CL bond. As for the school district/Pennington, it will be handled like everything else in Claremont (brushed under the rug

Since: Apr 10

Diamond Bar, CA

#18 Oct 10, 2010
What is going on here! Separate the children involved in these incidents. Have the school pychologist evaluate each and take action as recommended.
Joe moma

Ontario, CA

#19 Oct 10, 2010
Keep it in the public eye, Districts hate that Big Time, unless it's good press they done't want it out there. Who cares what he or th edaughter may have done to provoke it, It's called battery in the eyes of the law, and it doesn't matter if she did it out of spite or just being a bully, you cannot touch another person if it's not welcome.
The Police

Santa Ana, CA

#20 Oct 10, 2010
Yeah Right wrote:
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True, but children under 12 and over can be victims of crimes. And as a victim they can still report the crime to the police and get the suspects name in the system.
NOT TRUE!!!

Ok..Anyone can be a victim. But,If a child under 12 cannot commit a crime, how can they be a SUSPECT and have their name placed in the "SYSTEM"??

Here is the bottom line. Call the police and report a nine year old with behavior problems kicked your child at school/stuck them with a pencil and you will be referred to the school so they can take the appropriate action. As further proof, I did not read in the article that any police agency took a report!!
Yeah Right

AOL

#21 Oct 10, 2010
montclair wrote:
you cant blame the school for having a bully ,all they could do is suspend her and if it keeps up maybe get her expelled.But lets talk about the boy that got stabbed and hit by the girl.What did he do to provoke her?
Actually you can blame the school. If they know they have a bully, then they need to keep an eye on this kid, especially when she is out at recess with the other kids. If they fail to do this, let her bully other kids and only react with punishment AFTER she has attacked other kids, then yes, you CAN blame the school.

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