Posted by: Andrew on 5/22/14
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    It matters because I was asking for advice. I also felt that a
    distressed student could fall into HIB Laws. Your post was
    negative and useless. Please don't offer anything if you have
    nothing to offer. Have a nice day!

    On 5/20/14, Skeptic wrote:
    > On 5/20/14, Andrew wrote:
    > How does it matter what we think? But since you asked,
    > there was no emergency at hand that warranted breaking
    > school policy.
    > You don't sound or write like a Principal.
    > my grades went away
    > on a
    >> class trip. One of the students did not go on the trip. Th
    >> is particular student did not come to school that day. Whil
    >> e on the trip, two separate students texted her, one
    > telling
    >> her that lots of people were saying that she( the girl not
    >> on the trip) was saying bad things about the girl doing
    > the
    >> texting, and another saying that nobody liked her, that
    > she
    >> was two faced. This upset the girl who came in with her
    > mot
    >> her to complain. I took down the information and decided
    > to
    >> put a stop to this. I called both numbers that were textin
    >> g the girl. I left a simple message not to text the other s
    >> tudent again as it could be considered bullying. I spoke
    > wi
    >> th the second student and said the same thing. I realize
    > th
    >> at a Principal should not be calling a student's cell
    > phone,
    >> but the student was very upset and I made a decision to
    > put
    >> a stop to it. Was I wrong to do this? Should I have follo
    >> wed policy and not called? I feared the student was
    > startin
    >> g to get more upset as she had us conduct a bully
    > investigat
    >> ion the previous week. I welcome any input as I can
    > acknowl
    >> edge I broke policy, but felt I was justified in doing so.

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  • HELP!, 5/20/14, by Andrew.
  • Re: HELP!, 5/20/14, by Jeremy.
  • Re: HELP!, 5/20/14, by MacQ.
  • Re: HELP!, 5/20/14, by HS Teacher.
  • Re: HELP!, 5/20/14, by Skeptic.
  • Re: HELP!, 5/21/14, by Kate.
  • Re: HELP!, 5/22/14, by Andrew.