I heard that a staff member was speaking about R today. This staff member called her a monstrosity. Supposedly no one knows which staff member it was but we all know that’s a lie.
I am hoping that said staff member is so disturbed by R’s presence at the school that she quits and doesn’t come back next year. I have a feeling who it was but a feeling isn’t proof. Luckily R doesn’t know and didn’t hear about it.
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It went SO well that she feels comfortable wearing a skirt tomorrow :).
Another child came up to my boss (the breakfast and lunch aide) and asked how R got permission to do this bc she has been telling her parents for years that she’s not a girl, she’s a boy and they just won’t listen to her. Broke my heart.
One little girl was a little confused about the bathroom situation but R, the principal and the bullying specialist explained it well.
Again, this little girl is my HERO!
R will be transitioning at school tomorrow. Summer is just too far away and she was having trouble with pretending to be a boy at school.
The principal called a staff meeting to make staff aware that he expects and DEMANDS that R be respected and that he will not tolerate their personal views effecting the way R is treated. Only 2 staff members seemed distressed but the news of having a transgender child at school.
R doesn’t care what they think. The fact is that out of ALL that staff there were only 2. My friend heard some of the staff talking about how wonderful it is that R can be herself and demand that others treat her with dignity and respect because they knew people (family or friends) that couldn’t when they were in school.
I cannot say it enough… my child is my hero!