posted on Dec, 10 2017 @ 06:47 PM
originally posted by: Justso
a reply to: TinySickTears
In a very succinct answer to your op-NO.
Call cps? I don't know but with everything combined, like wearing dirty clothes to school regularly, that don't fit right, and she exhibits attitudes
and behaviors which seem to indicate that whatever she is being exposed to at home is unhealthy, I would say at the very least, look more closely at
this child/family, and their History.
Also, people call cps all the time. It's not as if they remove the child immediately on the basis of a single phone call. But maybe the neighbors,
teachers, other ppl have called and this could be the call that gets the ball rolling, or it could be a significant part of the puzzle...
I would say the person who is actually on the scene has a better idea of what is going on here and so they should probably A) trust their instincts,
and B) research CPS so you will feel empowered rather than helpless. Gain a basic working insight into their policies and procedures, then you will
know if it is the right thing to do to get them involved.
If they take the same bus and live nearby, it should not be too difficult to obtain some more inftormation about them. Good luck with this difficult