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chrystals

United States

#1 Feb 27, 2012
WARNING: to parents/caregivers with IEP's. The school is Not following their plans instead are not making their SAFETY first,being bullie and not watching which leaves your child in trouble(due to they can't defend themselves) and are being physically harmed. The Protection Advocacy Group of MO is who u should contact along with writing your Governor Nixon and channel 12 news. Don't let your child be a victim and don't be a victim to perry school leaders. They are idiots ith no clue. Protect your special child thru proper channels.
floyd abbott

Chicago, IL

#2 Feb 27, 2012
could you please slow down and rewrite your post so that it makes reasonable sense.
Only theTruth

Thiensville, WI

#3 Feb 27, 2012
Those kind of post aren't coming from anyone with reasonable sense.
guest

Florence, AL

#4 Feb 27, 2012
If your kid is being bullied like SO MANY over there at Perryville school, you'd be writing just like she is. It sucks as a parent not to be able to help ur kid. When u tell them to stand up for themselves they get in trouble. With so many young kids committing suicide this is a real issue for parents. I have children that are/was in Perryville school the bullying is out of control. Even with their anti bullying program.(now that's a joke) If your child tells about bullying they are the ones that get secluded. One of my child's friends had to be put on meds cuz of the bullying. Leaders at the school say they can't do nothing. She's also right about contacting The Protection Advocacy Group of MO, Governor Nixon and Channel 12 News. God forbid your child has any sort of disability even the teachers will harass your child w/o any repercussion. Truly things that allowed to go on in this school is unfrickinable!
guest

Morocco, IN

#5 Feb 27, 2012
1 dead, 4 wounded in Ohio school shooting

CHARDON, Ohio (AP)- A teenager described as a bullied outcast at his suburban Cleveland high school opened fire in the cafeteria Monday morning, killing one student and wounding four others before being caught a short distance away, authorities said.
This was today! Now you see why chrystals is so upset about BULLYING! It's liking to happen here cuz of the way our leaders of our school handle things (or don't)..... I'm afraid for my children. We talk about what to do if it happens. But sadly as a parent that is all you can do.
man

Dallas, TX

#6 Feb 27, 2012
unfrickinable
Wowza

O Fallon, MO

#7 Feb 27, 2012
As an educator, I can tell you we do everything we can to stop bullying at school. We ask the kids several times if bullying is happening if so where. Almost everyone that reported it says it's happening in PE and on the bus. In other words, where we can't be at. I have yet to see any form of bullying yet this year. I do know some kids blow it out of proportion by saying their being bullied when in all actuality they are getting yelled at by their class mates for acting immature and childish. They then turn it around and say their being picked on. Well if I act dumb in front of my peers and do inappropriate and non-age appropriate crap I'd get yelled at too. Maybe instead of complaining on here you should actually call the teacher it was reported to or call the building principal. Most bullying isn't reported to the teachers so it makes us look bad. For those discussing IEPs I don't know where you're getting your facts from but IEPs have to be followed explicitly or a teacher can be fired or lose their license. Again, call the teacher, principal, caseworker, whatever, but don't talk trash talk our schools on here if you aren't going to go through the proper channels.
guest

Morocco, IN

#8 Feb 27, 2012
So U think after the comments that We parents didn't call or contact the school Or go through proper channels? WOW!! Your assumptions is a prime example of what a parent has to go through when dealing with the school and it's leaders. The bullying is happening on the bus and PE. Now that amazes me! If that is the way you see it, it's no wonder the bullying is out of control of there!
floyd abbott

Chicago, IL

#9 Feb 28, 2012
sometimes you have to take this bullying into your own hands. years ago, while attending PHS, i had a guy from the east end bullying me. 10 years later, i got the chance to screw him big time and i did. fast forward thirty years and he is still screwed, living a chicken s##t life and i am sucessful beyond my wildest dreams. the neat thing is that he doesn't even know who screwed his life up. i smile every time i think about it. tell your kids to never forget and that maybe sometime they will have the chance to make things right. i love karma.
Pure BS

Saint Louis, MO

#10 Feb 28, 2012
Wowza wrote:
As an educator, I can tell you we do everything we can to stop bullying at school. We ask the kids several times if bullying is happening if so where. Almost everyone that reported it says it's happening in PE and on the bus. In other words, where we can't be at. I have yet to see any form of bullying yet this year. I do know some kids blow it out of proportion by saying their being bullied when in all actuality they are getting yelled at by their class mates for acting immature and childish. They then turn it around and say their being picked on. Well if I act dumb in front of my peers and do inappropriate and non-age appropriate crap I'd get yelled at too. Maybe instead of complaining on here you should actually call the teacher it was reported to or call the building principal. Most bullying isn't reported to the teachers so it makes us look bad. For those discussing IEPs I don't know where you're getting your facts from but IEPs have to be followed explicitly or a teacher can be fired or lose their license. Again, call the teacher, principal, caseworker, whatever, but don't talk trash talk our schools on here if you aren't going to go through the proper channels.
Open your eyes "educator" If in fact you are one, you would know that this is simply BS!
Few IEP's are followed, few teachers step in to do the right thing, and parents are made to feel "less than" when trying to address a serious topic with the school! It's a real mess!
guest

Morocco, IN

#11 Feb 28, 2012
Wowza wrote:
As an educator, I can tell you we do everything we can to stop bullying at school. We ask the kids several times if bullying is happening if so where. Almost everyone that reported it says it's happening in PE and on the bus. In other words, where we can't be at. I have yet to see any form of bullying yet this year. I do know some kids blow it out of proportion by saying their being bullied when in all actuality they are getting yelled at by their class mates for acting immature and childish. They then turn it around and say their being picked on. Well if I act dumb in front of my peers and do inappropriate and non-age appropriate crap I'd get yelled at too.
You are justifying kids getting bullied! You must be blind and deaf if you haven't seen or heard any bullying at school this year.... If you truly are an educator you need to be fired!!!! I'm sure the family of the kids that were hurt and killed yesterday in Ohio would really appreciate an educator like you with a narrow mind. I'm sure there wasn't any bullying going with the shooter of this incident, even thou the news papers say he was a child that was bullied . I hope if you have kids they don't get bullied. With your point of view I'm sure your kids will be doing the bullying.
naaaaah

Arnold, MO

#12 Mar 2, 2012
you want to help your kid by keeping an eye on them 24/7 and making sure they don't get bullied? Home school them. You don't have to be certified for anything. Just have a daily log book and proof that you are educating your child. They'll love that they get to stay home, away from the bullies, and you'll love that you know they are safe. It just takes a couple of hours a day.
PLEASE TELL ME

Saint Louis, MO

#13 Mar 2, 2012
What is an "IEP"?
CALM DOWN!

Maryland Heights, MO

#14 Mar 3, 2012
I go to Perryville school, and yes there is bullying. But you can't stop it! You can't protect your child from everything. The teachers try to help, but they can't be everywhere at once. I try to stop it too, but, like I said, I can't be everywhere. Bullying has increased... But the school is trying their best to decrease it.
freaks

Arnold, MO

#15 Mar 5, 2012
this town needs a batman...
free

Addison, IL

#16 Mar 5, 2012
The ones who are the bullys are smart about not getting caught . I think the schools should really open their eyes and figure out a way to help these kids . Lots of Assemblys and talks . This is honestly a serious thing and it destroys the ego and self esteem of a young adult to the breaking point. It destroys lives and then it is to late to fix .
KARMA

Saint Louis, MO

#17 Mar 5, 2012
floyd abbott wrote:
sometimes you have to take this bullying into your own hands. years ago, while attending PHS, i had a guy from the east end bullying me. 10 years later, i got the chance to screw him big time and i did. fast forward thirty years and he is still screwed, living a chicken s##t life and i am sucessful beyond my wildest dreams. the neat thing is that he doesn't even know who screwed his life up. i smile every time i think about it. tell your kids to never forget and that maybe sometime they will have the chance to make things right. i love karma.
As you can see I use the word "KARMA" for exactly the reason you said in your topic, because KARMA always wins in the end and she does always win, you'll see (just like in my case when they turn on you E.R./T.F. they can't wait to come back to me!) in fact like you, Floyd, I'm just waiting because we have that one thing not a lot of others do... patience!!! I just wait out my time for you two to dwindle (like you already are)while I steady move into the upper ranks of society just like ole Floyd here... BRAVO Floyd Abbott, BRAVO!!!
junebug

Morrison, MO

#18 Mar 7, 2012
If your child says he/she is being bullied follow through with it. Get up and go to school and see whats going on. My daughter was working when my granddaughter complained about the bullys messing with her. One day I met her after school, and sure enough there were 2 boys tugging at her clothing and her purse. They got her purse and emptied the contents on the ground.They tore the sleeve out of the new coat she had just gotten. I got out of the car and went over to the boys with cell phone in hand. I gave them 2 choices, either pick up my granddaughter's things and apologise or go to jail for putting their hands on her. At first they just laughed at me , but when I dialed the sheriff's office they knew I was serious. I told them that they had better leave my granddaughter alone because they would never know when or where I might be . The boys picking on her were from the football team so none of the teachers would do anything.Don't let your kid be one of the statistics, get up and do something, it can't do any harm.The coat did get replaced by one of the boy's parents.
exactly

Arnold, MO

#19 Mar 8, 2012
Exactly! Some of the rules that they teach at school, which they are also supposed to apply at home, are:

We will try to help students who are being bullied.

If we know that someone is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school, and an adult at home.

These aren't just for the kids. They're for the parents, too. If you know your kid, or someone else's kid is being bullied, DO something about it!
xxx

Saint Louis, MO

#20 Mar 8, 2012
There are some of the bullies that really do not care if they get in trouble for it. They think it is funny and they are cool. Most likely they have a pretty bad home life. My child also go to Perryville and as a parent you know alot of students in their grade and watch them move from grade to grade and most of them grow up. But you can start to see the bullies as early as 3rd grade. They get in alot of trouble for it ,mabey even ge OSS but then they are right back at school and doing it agin. I have told my kids to stand up for them selves. Sure the school can do some things to the bullies , but when a child stands up to them the bully normally will move on to someone who will not stand up to them. Sometime your child may have to do this in order to stop being bullied.

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