Boy Accused Of Attacking 7-Year-Old With Peanut Butter Cracker

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By synthia on Fri, 12-16-05, 22:33

[url="http://www.local6.com/news/5550588/detail.html"]http://www.local6.com/news/5550588/detail.html[/url]

Boy Accused Of Attacking 7-Year-Old With Peanut Butter Cracker

POSTED: 7:16 am EST December 16, 2005
UPDATED: 7:41 am EST December 16, 2005

A 7-year-old girl with an extreme allergy to peanut butter was hospitalized for two days after she was allegedly attacked on a St. Louis school bus by a boy with a peanut butter cracker, according to a Local 6 News report.

Arionna Lunceford said a boy was harassing her on the school bus about her allergy to peanut butter and then shoved a peanut butter cracker in her face and then dropped pieces of it on her head.

Lunceford collapsed moments after getting off the bus in her hometown of Ladue and had to be rushed to the hospital to be treated for an asthma attack.

Arionna's mother said the second-grader could have died because her air passages close up when she gets too close to peanuts.

"It's like I can't breathe and I'm going to die," the girl told reporters.

"There are definitely people who are sensitive and just having the food in the general vicinity is enough to set off an allergic reaction or allergy attack," St. John's Mercy Medical Center spokeswoman Dr. Kristen Soehngen said.

Doctors said the number of cases of peanut allergies has risen 50 percent in children over the past five years.

The Ladue, Mo., school district has a policy of no eating on school buses, in part because of such allergies.

Arionna's mother said she's thinking about moving out of the district because of this incident.

Watch Local 6 News for more on this story.

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By Gail W on Fri, 12-16-05, 23:55

This is my school district.

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By synthia on Sat, 12-17-05, 01:50

Gail I just don't know!
I can't begin to imange the *Horror*. this child went thru.It bring back something very upsetting to me.
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By momma2boys on Sat, 12-17-05, 03:49

Gail, as soon as I saw this I was pretty sure it was your school district. Any idea what they did to the kid? When exactly did this happen and how did it coincide with what happened with Mariah?

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By Christabelle on Sat, 12-17-05, 12:17

If the little boy had not known she was PA, it wouldn't have happened...maybe?
(That's why I'm on the fence about kids knowing vs. not knowing about the allergy.)
If this had happened my child, there would some serious **** to pay.
This needs to be dealt with seriously.

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By synthia on Sat, 12-17-05, 13:57

[b]Arionna Lunceford said a boy was harassing her on the school bus about her allergy to peanut butter and then shoved a peanut butter cracker in her face and then dropped pieces of it on her head.[/b]

I am think [b]he was aware[/b] of this childs allergy.

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By Going Nuts on Sat, 12-17-05, 14:15

I'm dying to know how this child was dealt with. Could be a sociopath in the making.

Poor Arianna and her family - my heart goes out to them.

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By mharasym on Sat, 12-17-05, 16:20

Sociopath? Attempted Murder (from another post)? Come On People. Really! That's totally harsh for presumably an elementary school aged child. My son was taunted first day of Grade 1 by a boy who was told 15 mintues earlier that my son was allergic and that it would make him very sick (we didn't talk about death 1st day of grade 1). He chased him with a granola bar. The boy wasn't a sociopath or a murderer, he was just a child who didn't understand the possible reprocutions of his actions. 8 years later they are still in school together, quite good friends and even reminisce about Grade 1. He didn't need to go to jail or be put in juvenille hall - he just needed someone explain to him that that it was wrong and that it could hurt someone.

It doesn't say how old the child is who was bullying, but if we assume he's approximately the same I think it's probably more a matter of lack of education rather than sociopathic tendencies. Yes, it's disturbing, but the kind of labels that are being thrown around this board regarding this incident are also disturbing.

I hope that the young man has learned that what he did was wrong, that the knows the harm that he caused and that he be given the opportunity to apologize to the little girl for his actions. I also hope that everyone in the school and bus receive the same education.

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By Carefulmom on Sat, 12-17-05, 16:31

I guess you did not read the entire article. It said he was harassing her about her peanut allergy. You must have skipped that part. It was pretty clear from the article that it was not about lack of education.

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By Going Nuts on Sat, 12-17-05, 16:52

Quote:Originally posted by mharasym:
[b]Sociopath? Attempted Murder (from another post)? Come On People. Really! That's totally harsh for presumably an elementary school aged child.
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You'll notice that I didn't say he [b]was[/b] a sociopath, I said he [b]could[/b] be. A boy who bullied my son in first grade is now a total horror show in 10th. I'm grateful my son is off his radar, but unfortunately he's moved on to bigger things.

Yes, he could just be an impulsive kid who doesn't truly understand the implications of what he's doing. But either way, it needs to dealt with swiftly.

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By Munchkin's Mom on Sat, 12-17-05, 18:30

"...he was just a child who didn't understand the possible repercussions of his actions."

Okay, so maybe he didn't realize that his actions would result in the little girl being sent to the hospital. Does that excuse his behavior? He shoved the cracker in her face. That's far more disturbing than waving one around in the air and teasing her. He physically assaulted her. I'd be furious if another child shoved ANYTHING in my child's face. Once physicality becomes involved it's a whole 'nother ballgame.

What if you took allergy out of the question, and he was a white child harassing her for being black? What would you say about that? Would you say "Well, he just didn't know any better, tell him nicely that it was wrong but certainly don't punish him for it?"

What if it was well known that she was terrified of spiders and he shoved a plastic spider in her face? Would that be acceptable since he wasn't physically harming her? Would that be just a "well, boys will be boys" sort of thing, even if she suffered from nightmares for weeks afterward?

This child needs to be dealt with in a very firm manner, told how wrong what he did is, told in no uncertain terms that such behavior is completely unacceptable, and given some sort of very meaningful punishment. I think a visit from a police officer explaining what assault is and what happens when adults assault each other might be in order.

To shrug it off by saying "oh, he's just a kid, he didn't know any better, boys will be boys" is completely irresponsible. He'll be holding a knife in someones face next.

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By Gail W on Sat, 12-17-05, 19:19

Last night, about 6 p.m., I got a call from our school district administrator (Exec Director Student Services, the SD's 504 Coordinator) and she began the conversation by asking me if I was aware of this event. This incident [b]did not make hit any of the local media[/b].

She stated that she was taking the incident seriously blah, blah, blah. She was basically calling to "damage control" * me. This incident happened on Tuesday. Tuesday was also the day that I sent her an e-mail stating that Mariah's Section 504 plan had been violated. I'm sure heads are spinning in the district about peanut allergies (a day that will be remembered as "PA Tuesday").

Anyway, she stated to me that a letter had been sent home to each child's parent at that school. There are 4 elementary schools in our district and it did not come home with my younger DD so I know it was not at our elementary school but at one of the other 3. I will request a copy of that letter and post it here.

I will also ask what disciplinary action was taken and if she refuses to answer that (due to student confidentiality) I will ask her what school board policies and practices they sited when determining the disciplinary action.

My blood is boiling...

*edited to clarify that this was not what she actually stated. I used quotes, and shouldn't have.

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By melissa on Sat, 12-17-05, 19:37

I too am sick of making excuses for kids who can't behave. I am a former teacher who has seen all types of behavior...my 8 yr old DS would never dream of treating someone like this...however, in his 3rd grade, there are probably 5-6 boys who are obnoxious, out of control, hateful, mean spirited, etc. They are treated w/ kid gloves in my opinion, by their parents and the administrators. If kids are not taught as kids what is right and what is wrong, and that you are responsible for your actions, no one else is responsible for your actions, then they will grow up to be adults that are obnoxious, out of control, hateful, and mean spirited. This child should be dealt with now, punished, expelled from the school and the bus, and should receive lots of counseling on bullying, food allergies, and aggressive behavior. And no I don't think I'm making too big of a deal of this. I just am tired of watching mean kids get away with it.
Off my soapbox now and going to hug my normally very well-behaved and friendly, helpful boys (because they know they would have major consequences if they weren't).
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By Jimmy's mom on Sat, 12-17-05, 21:15

My answer regarding how severely this child should be punished and the comment about people here being to harsh: IF the bully was truly not informed about the severity of the allergy, then, yes, he should still be punished. But a lighter punishment, for example a week of not riding the bus, combined with detention, and definitely being taught, along with other kids, about the severity of PA. But if he had been informed of the severity of the allergy, he should be off the bus for the rest of the year, and suspended or perhaps expelled (and still be educated about PA).

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By ryan's mom on Sun, 12-18-05, 00:22

Gail,

Did this child have a 504? As I posted in another thread, I'm wondering how the situation was handled with or without that 504 in place.

What does your student handbook say about harrassment of handicapped students and/or terroristic threats/acts?

At face value from what I read, that mother should not have to move out of the district. The attacker should be either suspended and/or expelled. IMO, there PB was used like a knife or a gun.

I always fear with no 504, a parent is simply giving away their child's right to a "safe" educational atmosphere.

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By Lam on Sun, 12-18-05, 00:34

Well now, this is upsetting, to say the least. I have run this kind of scenario in my mind several times, scared that this may one day happen with my son, but I thought it would happen much later in his life - not while in elementary school. I never once imagined this would happen to ANYone at such a young age. Usually, the little ones are more accepting, more helpful than cruel. How disheartening.

Did anyone find the "asthma attack" reference strange?

Lam

P.S. Gail - So this was in your district? I bet they're scrambling, for sure. I've been following your other thread, and I just want to say that you are to be commended. You are handling everything very well, IMO. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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By Cam's Mom on Sun, 12-18-05, 02:29

I think it is a very scary thing. As for him knowing, he knew, otherwise it wouldn't have been p-nut butter crackers he smashed in her face. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/mad.gif[/img]

I don't know about this school district (Gail might know), but here all grades ride the same bus, he could have been any age. I too thought bullying would be a "later" issue. Last year Cameron had thre kids that would chase him around the playground and say they had pnut butter on their hands. When he finally told me it was after the 3rd incident and this time they had pushed him on the ground while saying this. All 1st/2nd graders mind you...kids are mean, and being expelled off the bus for this kid would definatley be appropriate!

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By LaurensMom on Sun, 12-18-05, 03:32

"Damage control". I'm sorry. That sounds sick to me. The poor child could have died. She may have emotional issue stemming from this. She was violated.

If the boy had a knife...even a butter knife...and attacked the girl...darn right the police would have been involved.

How is this cracker any different than a butter-knife-weapon?

I'm not saying the boy belongs in juvenile detention. But, a very serious punishment just short of a criminal record should be set for him. First and foremost, it sends him a message of where the line is that he crossed - maybe it would define it for him as it is evident no one has been able to teach him this. Second, it sends a message to others about personal space and rights. Third, may help the girl with the healing process.

DD has been teased and we did address it with education done by the school. A boy "breathed" on her saying he just ate PB. However, DD wasn't near him nor did she feel threatened. The school took on the "burden" of the education because it was "official" sounding coming from them and supported their policies for bad behavior. Had DD felt threatened, we would have pushed harder.

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By Gail W on Sun, 12-18-05, 04:36

Quote:Originally posted by ryan's mom:
[b]Gail,

Did this child have a 504? As I posted in another thread, I'm wondering how the situation was handled with or without that 504 in place. [/b]

I feel pretty certain that Mariah is the only child in the district with a 504 plan for food allergy and/or asthma.

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By Gail W on Sun, 12-18-05, 04:49

Quote:Originally posted by LaurensMom:
[b]"Damage control". I'm sorry. That sounds sick to me. The poor child could have died. She may have emotional issue stemming from this. She was violated. [/b]

Sorry! I need to clarify that the administrator did not say the words "damage control". That was my description of what i thought she was doing. I put the phrase in quotes, and shouldn't have. Sorry.

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By Christabelle on Tue, 12-20-05, 13:16

What I was saying earlier is that perhaps this kind of thing is a good argument for keeping the allergy hush-hush.

Secondly, I too get sick of people excusing little tyrants and bullies. My daughter has a heart of gold and would never dream of chasing a kid around with something that could harm him or her, whether she understands 'death' or not at nearly 6. The act of enjoying bringing misery, pain, unpleasantness to another person is a trait that is not to be encouraged. It may not go all the way to sociopathology, but it's still a nasty little personality trait that should be nipped in the bud early on.

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By synthia on Tue, 12-20-05, 13:23

[b]What I was saying earlier is that perhaps this kind of thing is a good argument for keeping the allergy hush-hush.[/b]

I am going to disagree on this one.
[i]That is how Christina D. died!!![/i]
"keeping the allergy hush-hush."

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By MommaBear on Tue, 12-20-05, 15:52

Quote:Originally posted by synthia:
[b] [url="http://www.local6.com/news/5550588/detail.html"]http://www.local6.com/news/5550588/detail.html[/url]

Boy Accused Of Attacking 7-Year-Old With Peanut Butter Cracker..........

.......Arionna Lunceford said a boy was harassing her on the school bus about her allergy to peanut butter and then shoved a peanut butter cracker in her face and then dropped pieces of it on her head.

Lunceford collapsed moments after getting off the bus in her hometown of Ladue and had to be rushed to the hospital to be treated for an asthma attack.

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was the bus driver aware of the incident? [i]how many children were on that bus-----how many adults[/i]?

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By starlight on Tue, 12-20-05, 15:53

When I was in school, even now, I only tell the people I hang out with (my close friends) about my allergy. I was bullied in school-for being pale, having glasses, and because I had just moved to a new school from one with uniforms and didn't know anything about what clothes were "in". I can't even imagine how hellish my life would have been if everyone knew I had a peanut allergy. Heck, I had a kid chase me and try to touch me all over saying he had poison ivy and was gonna infect me, can you imagine if he knew I was PA?! I personally don't think there's a reason for everyone to know. It gives the bullies a weapon if they don't know (or care) that it can kill you. Friends, nurses, and teachers, I believe, are the only people who should know, because they can be counted on to help and not harrass.

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By Gail W on Tue, 12-20-05, 17:18

I thought I'd post a couple pieces of information that I believe to be factual based on my knowledge of my school district:

1. The victim is a 7 year old, 2nd grade girl.
2. The "bully's" age is not reported, but all elementary schools in this district are k - 5th grade. So we know the "bully" is a boy between the ages of 5 and 11.
3. I know that this incident occurred on Tuesday, December 13.
4. The incident with my daughter at the Middle School occurred the day before this bus incident, on Monday December 12.

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By Lam on Tue, 12-20-05, 17:59

My argument FOR educating (not just telling) everyone about my son's allergy is this: The more people who know, the safer he is. Yes, there may be one or two people who may use it against him, but I'm counting on all those others to stick up for and help my son. So far, this is how it's worked for us. We educated everyone (teachers, staff and students) before his first day of Kindergarten, and we still educate every chance we get (now in 3rd).

JMO
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By MommaBear on Tue, 12-20-05, 18:02

Quote:Originally posted by Gail W:
[b]I thought I'd post a couple pieces of information that I believe to be factual based on my knowledge of my school district:

1. The victim is a 7 year old, 2nd grade girl.
2. The "bully's" age is not reported, but all elementary schools in this district are k - 5th grade. So we know the "bully" is a boy between the ages of 5 and 11.
3. I know that this incident occurred on Tuesday, December 13.
4. The incident with my daughter at the Middle School occurred the day before this bus incident, on Monday December 12. [/b]

I had wondered....

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By Ree on Wed, 12-21-05, 02:50

Thank you Melissa! You saved me from typing my opinion here...I'm right there with ya! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/mad.gif[/img]

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By Gwen 5 on Sun, 01-22-06, 22:19

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By Gail W on Thu, 01-26-06, 18:14

I wanted to provide some information on this story that I received today. I met with an administrator of our school district this morning, and asked for a summary of what occurred and how the School District responded. She explained that the School District conducted interviews with everyone who was on the school bus. I believe the police were also involved in a portion of the interviews.

She stated that they were confident that [b]an attack/assault never happened. [/b] There was no evidence by anyone on the bus that supported that assertion. I asked her if that included an interview with the girl who went to the hospital, and she said that yes, it did.

They do know that the boy on the school bus was eating a PB cracker. They know that the boy and the girl did speak to one another as they were leaving the bus. She acknowledged that their brief conversation may have been enough for the girl to have had an air borne allergic response. She could not tell be if this was or was not confirmed by medical staff. The girl did go to the hospital but due to confidentiality she could not tell me for what reason or give me any information about the girl's hospital stay.

So, the SD investigated the incident. She stated that what was reported in the article did not match what their/police extensive interviews with every person on the bus reported. She said that there was no doubt from their investigation that an assault did not occur.

I asked her, hypothetically, what would the SD have done if what was reported in the media had actually occurred. She stated that it would qualify as "assault" and that SB policy was pretty clear that a suspension occurs when any incident includes assault.

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By synthia on Thu, 01-26-06, 18:17

Thank You for the update Gail.
Are you going to try and contact the parents?

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By Gail W on Thu, 01-26-06, 18:57

Quote:Originally posted by synthia:
[b]Thank You for the update Gail.
Are you going to try and contact the parents?

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I've thought about it. But no, I don't think so. I understand that it sounds like the parent has a different story than the SD.

I had wondered if there could be any connection between the two incidents, and if there was a connection, I would be more inclined to try to make contact. I worried that perhaps the boy was acting out of retaliation over what had happened with Mariah the day before at the Middle School. i.e. I wondered if one the the 3 students with PB who had been asked to leave Mariah's study session complained or was verbal about PA in general and this boy (perhaps their younger sibling or friend), was acting out on it. I asked the administrator about that specifically several different ways, and I'm satisfied that there is no connection.

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By qdebbie1 on Fri, 01-27-06, 13:18

From expereince
The media rarely gets it all right.

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By synthia on Fri, 01-27-06, 14:22

[b]I understand that it sounds like the parent has a different story than the SD.[/b]

I have personally experienced this
In talking with parents and reading parents
stories I *feel* this is a problem.

This is why we as parenst need to document *ALL* communication with [b]everyone[/b] in the school,even tho at the time it may seem petty.
You will be able to go back through your notes and see what is going on. This will also help with letters to staff.

In this story we only have the SD side (and the news story) I can only imagine what is happeneing,I have seen it before.

We have yet to hear *the parents side*.DYNWIM
I beleive someone needs to reach out to the parents,to let them know *we* are here for them.

I guess that is what investigations are for.
I hope in due time we will hear the *parents side* of the event.

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By MommaBear on Fri, 01-27-06, 14:52

Quote:Originally posted by synthia:
[b]I beleive someone needs to reach out to the parents,to let them know *we* are here for them.[/b]

both sides of parents. But personally, it's hard to tell who wants someone to reach out, and who just wants their privacy. KWIM?

Quote:[b]I guess that is what investigations are for.
I hope in due time we will hear the *parents side* of the event.

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both sides, right?

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By synthia on Fri, 01-27-06, 14:56

Quote:Originally posted by MommaBear:
[b] both sides, right?

WWSD? [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/wink.gif[/img]

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By Gail W on Fri, 01-27-06, 16:06

Quote:Originally posted by MommaBear:
[b]both sides of parents. [/b]

The ASI stated that the girl's mother was interviewed by the SD and police.

But I understand that this boy may have been falsely accused. If I were the parent of a child who had been wrongly accused, I would be angry and want that 'side' heard as well.

The girl's mother met with the media and voluntarily made statements for the press to release. Her name, and her daughter's name, were included in the news articles. Not that this by any means waives her need or right to privacy... but it does sorta indicate that the mom wants to identify herself and share some information.

Now I'm thinking of sending her a note that I read her story.... and an offer to connect. Hmmmmm. Still don't know...

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By synthia on Fri, 01-27-06, 17:02

Quote:Originally posted by Gail W:
[b] The ASI stated that the girl's mother was interviewed by the SD and police.

But I understand that this boy may have been falsely accused. If I were the parent of a child who had been wrongly accused, I would be angry and want that 'side' heard as well.

The girl's mother met with the media and voluntarily made statements for the press to release. Her name, and her daughter's name, were included in the news articles. Not that this by any means waives her need or right to privacy... but it does sorta indicate that the mom wants to identify herself and share some information.

Now I'm thinking of sending her a note that I read her story.... and an offer to connect. Hmmmmm. Still don't know...[/b]

If you do could you please let her know that I am here for her if she would like to talk,
or could she allow use contact information so those that wish to can offer *our* support? [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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By Arionna Lunceford on Mon, 08-29-11, 00:41

Hello I am the REAL Arionna Lunceford, I went to Spode school at the time of my incendent. I'm 13 now and I have never had a probelm sene. And I was bullied on the bus. Everyday was somthing new I was made fun of about. Either it was my hair, or maybe one day I had a pair of older shoes on that wernt as good as theirs. It hurt me bad. But I guess we move on. Right?

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By IanLyricsMom on Mon, 08-29-11, 11:23

We just pulled Ian from his school at the end of last year. AFTER being bullied in 1st grade (and us trying to educate then getting Ian through it so he could stay with the teacher he loved and all of his friends). THEN again last May two of his "friends" rubbed peanut M&M's on his arm "to see what would happen"...couldn't guess where they might get the idea that Ian's PA wasn't real?? (other parents/teachers/administrators who say who know what when we're not around) So we pulled him, bypassed the useless principal straight to the police and the superintendant and demanded he be placed in another smaller no-bullying allowed school nearby. Here's what we learned: Don't wait on a teacher (who sent him to the nurse by himself, without his epi to "wait" for us ALONE in the library), or the principal (who would not even call us back) to keep our kid safe while in their care... it was time to move up the ladder. Ian loves his new school, its very focused on working as a team, no bullying, co-operation+ and we know he'll be safe. Nobody without a kid with a PA gets it, so its up to us. Speak loud, make threats, do whatever it takes and our kids will stay alive!!

Oh I almost forgot the reason I came to the PA blog instead of the other pages where I usually just watch. On a MUCH happier note, Our son just got into a OIT study (one I'm hoping to be able to offer info on to the PA community very soon) but it happened suddenly and caught us unprepared. So we're looking to fundraise to help cover his upcoming medical/travel costs. If you’d like to spend $1 for a chance to win a 32gb HP Touchpad & help send our little guy to his clinical trial, Feel free to go to this site http://db.tt/cjEntzX
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