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Submitted by Guest Yup (not verified) on Mon, 09/22/2008 - 12:35pm.
Donna, the only thing I would have done differently in a case like yours, would have been to let the faculty know in advance that my child may have difficulties "holding it", and that he needed to be allowed to use the restroom when he asked to use it. I think it's a fine line giving kids the idea that they can buck the teachers authority, but aren't parents SUPPOSED to look after their kids best interest, regardless? Aren't we SUPPOSED to stand up for our kids when they need it? And to be sure, if you smelled it, the teacher did. Why weren't you called to pick him up early, or did they just want him to suffer the embarrassment? It's sad.
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