I, too, have a son in that class, and I have known Mrs. Logsdon to be very fair.<quoted text> that doesn't mean shit....my 2 sons test extremely higher than their classmates & get held (slowed down) up bc some of the others in their classes do not learn that fast....my kids are not nerds or geeks...they are athletes that excel at everything they try...but as for the bullying they have been bullied for 5 yrs & Logsdon ignores until you stand up for yourself....last yr my youngest was in 1st grade & his grandpa was dying he told the kid bullying him not to seat next to him the kid did he shoved my son & my son gave him a bloody nose after taking his abuse for yrs....he 7 yr old son spent 2 days in high school acr...I was not informed until 2:00 on the 1st day....gee..sounds fair doesn't it....I told Logsdon I could not afford to quit my job to do hers and make sure my kids get to & from school safely & her exact response was well you do what you gotta do...gee we have an awesome principal .....the truth is starting to come out...I will see to it....
If you think your son has the right to tell someone where they can or cannot sit, you are sadly mistaken. Then, to compound matters, your son punches him in the nose, drawing blood?? While itís a shame his grandpa was dying, that does not excuse his behavior. Do you think all of the other studentsí lives are devoid of problems? It sounds to me like your son ended up EXACTLY where he belonged. Of course, you couldnít be expected to understand that, given your unrealistic summations of your children. They excel at EVERYTHING? Lol. Apparently not at handling bullies. AND, the apple doesnít fall that far from the tree. Judging from your post, you are a troublemaker and of low intelligence. The odds are greatly against you begetting two children destined to be brain surgeons. The thought that my kid or the others are holding yours back is laughable, at best.