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posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 03:52 AM
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Consult your local school board and local Board of Education as this is gross overstepping.

If the problem persists, simply state that you wish to remove your kid from the school. The way that they are approaching it is very unprofessional and potentially illegal. Call your local police department and inform them about it to make them aware of it. As long as you know and can prove beyond a shadow of doubt that not only does your kid reside with you that you are more then capable of providing for his well being and that he is not being abused they have absolutely no legal leg to stand on and will end up in court as it should.

I had to deal with DYFS from 1984 - 1996 and once they've got thier claws latched into you they will not let go. I've been stripsearched, forced to bathe in front of school administrators and it was perhaps one of the worst and frightening experiences that I've ever had to endure and odds are your kid had to go through the same or a simliar torturous process.

Threaten legal action and call your Board of Ed along with a lawyer and your local law enforcement. This is harrassment, next move logically is they may try to go to your job in order to "dig up" dirt on you with the intent to use it against you. Shut them down now. Next time they come knocking call the cops and your lawyer, tell them you will not do jack squat without the presence of your lawyer and law enforcement. A cop can go to the school board directly and use his badge to get them to back off.

[edit on 18-8-2010 by TheImmaculateD1]




posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 04:04 AM
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posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 04:38 AM
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I would say invite them in kick them in the balls and shoot them.. tell the cops you told them to leave and they forced them self's thru the door.. shoot them not more than twice and no more than 6 inc apart and if one gets away shoot again.. drag them back in the house and than drag them out that away the blood trails match up lol.. and I'm just jokeing this is horrid and they shoudn't be alowed to do this.. this is why my spelling suck because their too busy out there checking instead of teaching bastards



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 04:57 AM
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if you rent, have you tried getting a statement from your landlord as to who lives in the house???
the whole thing sounds kind of insane to me really, although got to admit, nothing suprises me now days....
but, um......I'd be wondering if there wasn't a police or child protective investigation or something going on, and they aren't just using the school system as a pawn to get a glimpse into your home....I'm paranoid like that anyways...

All I can say is I am glad my kids are adults!!
Good luck on this.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 07:36 AM
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Sounds like your in Great Britain. I've noticed a lot of Brits complaining of similar problems like the couple who had to move to Spain because the local council decided the mother was not intelligent enough to care for her children. This is some thing we in the U.S. have had to deal with, our CPS can do just about anything to ruin a nuclear family. Thing is, both Yanks and Brits let it happen without much of a fight. This is what happens when Socialism comes a callin'. Wait until you have the experience of Confiscatory Laws, then the SWHTF.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 07:37 AM
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No wonder kids are becoming so stupid and oblivious...the teachers are absolutely delusional themselves...



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 07:42 AM
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We homeschooled for many years. I suggest you get a lawyer and contact the Home School Legal Defense Fund. They are on the internet. Also, you do not have to let those people in. Don't believe anything they say. Schools are notorious liars. Don't even talk to them. Go through a lawyer.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 07:54 AM
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Wow that is scary. I've heard of schools checking addresses to make sure that the child actually lives there. Where I live some of the Public High Schools are much better than others and people lie about addresses to get them, my school was one of them. I had one friend almost kicked out of the school because he moved districts mid semester.

Entering that home to go through personal items with out warrant or cause is infringing on your right to privacy. I hope this isn't the path society is going down. I would hate to have big brother constantly watching me.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 07:56 AM
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They did you a favor!
Both of my kids were "Home Schooled", my daughter graduated
community college at 13 and got her BA at 16.

Government schools are nothing more than indoctrination camps!

Pull your kids out of the indoctrination camps and what does football
have to do with education, and please don't give me any of that it's
builds character etc that is something you should do at home.

Or keep him in the indoctrination camp and when he is grown with a family
of his own when they come knocking he'll let them in and all will be well.




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posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 07:59 AM
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This really only applies if you're a US Resident / Citizen:

Be prepared to get a State issued ID for your son with your current address on it. Anything else you can get with his name and new address on it from a verifiable source will also help. These are all that's required as proof that he resides there.
Have them give you, in writing where it says they can override the 4th Amendment on a whim and demand entry into your residence and self-authorize an illegal search.
Be prepared to file harassment charges against school administration only if you've given them notice that they are not to disturb you or demand entry into your property and they've done so.
On the same day, file a restraining order and be prepared to follow through with the court proceedings.

I really strongly recommend you get an attorney.

That's not legal advice, that's "what some consultant pulled out of his nether-regions" on the internet. It's funny how you're the victim here, yet YOU are the one that has to jump through all the hoops in order to end the insanity. Amazing.


[edit on 18-8-2010 by EnkiCarbone]



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:03 AM
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Can you give us a clue to what district you're in? UK or USA? It's a bit hard to give any helpful advice without knowing.

Example: EnkiCarbone gave some great advice, but, it's only applicable (as stated) in the USA.

Beyond that? I think you're going to have to have a sit down with your son and get to the core issue... Which at this point (regardless of where you live) is - Is this something your family wants to fight, or not? And, is it something you're family is willing to 'go all the way with' or not.

Depending on your answer this truly could be a pivotal moment in all of your lives.

God Bless and Stay Strong!

Edit = typo

[edit on 18-8-2010 by silo13]



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:04 AM
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Utilities bills (and copy of custodial agreements if separated or divorced) are more than sufficiant enough.

If this fails.....get a lawyer and tell school to go through him/her



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:06 AM
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Here is 3 easy steps to start,

1. Put a No Trespassing sign somewhere in the front yard where it is highly visible from
the Street. This is important because a lot of Police Departments and Sheriffs Offices
take Trespassing on private property serious. Having this sign out is MOST important especially when you have had to tell anyone to vacate the property more than once.
2. File a complaint with the Police Department or Sheriffs Office so there is a record on
file of your complaints.
3. Hire an attorney and have all issues go through him/her and their office.

Good Luck.




[edit on 18-8-2010 by TwoTechnics]



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:16 AM
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I'm just throwing this out there since you mentioned your son played football.

There are many kids who transfer schools to just play sports and there are requirements such as being a registered student for so many days at a new school before becoming elgible to play. Also, some kids move to a friends house to play at another school. Also, if you're divorced, a child may move in with the other parent to play a sport at a different school.

Anyhow, this has been a pretty big problem in high school sports with kids trying to circumvent the elgibility process when transfering schools. If your child hasn't transfered schools recently i see no reason or right that the school has in doing this, but if your child has transfered recently to a new school then i understand why they might be doing this.


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posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:18 AM
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Sorry, but I'm getting the sneaky suspicion you aren't telling us the whole story. I could be wrong, but common sense tells me they are "harassing" you because they have reason to believe you or your child may have lied in order to get him on this schools football team. Maybe another parent whose child was replaced by yours on said team is pissed off with you and the school. Oh and btw, they have full authority to ask you to enter your home to verify residency of the child. Now, you most certainly have the right to deny them access to your home, but its at the detriment of your child's budding football career. Get over it, and put your child's joy of football ahead of your nonsensical need to stick it to the man! If you've done nothing wrong, you have nothing to worry about. Your not the first person I've heard of this happening to, as a matter of fact, my superstar baseball playing brother had this happen to him when one school felt he belonged at their school instead of the better baseball school he was attending. They do and will fight for better players, but Ii still think you are with holding information. Your story just makes no sense and starts with the school district just showed up one day out of the blue asking if your kid was home...please don't insult our intelligence with half truths. Even if you did lie to get your kid in a better school, no one would blame you...happens all the time.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:19 AM
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the county i live in (poconos pa )we have 4 school districts. no matter what district you live in your child can attend any school you choose. however if not the district you live in you have to pay tuition. its sad they let illegals in but harass citizens. also if you have joint custody the child must spend 1/2 of the school year in the district but can spend the 1/2 of the year with the other parent even out of the district.
but back on topic if they don't have a search warrent then it is an attempted home invasion. get a free consultation from a lawyer.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:23 AM
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Originally posted by Cole DeSteele
Just a friendly observation:

If your boy is really a baller, why jeopardize his future over pride? If it would shut up the old school, let the bastards in so this can be put to bed for the good of the kid. Let him get back to the field where he belongs.

Sounds like your new coach doesn't have much stroke or this would never have happened. Whatever happened that caused you to jump districts must have been nasty, but I'm sure you did it for the good of your son. Don't half-a&% it, man, follow thru. Protecting your kids' futures is your most important task as a parent. Everything else, and I mean everything, is secondary.

When he's playing D1 football and pro scouts are all over him, this will be but a small bump in the road.


This is what bothers me about the world...

Why tell someone to put their beliefs and rights aside all for some possible fancy football contract? Maybe football isn't this kids life, who knows. People are so quick to let their rights or whatever be violated and not say a word just for the possible monetairy gain.


Please don't take this as a personal attack, it's just what I have noticed about society.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:27 AM
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We are required to have teachers visit our home too. My next door neighbor had her home visit yesterday morning. My daughter doesn't start school for 2 more weeks so we will be getting a home visit in early september. I find it very strange but probably won't put up a fuss. I don't know why they require this?



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:30 AM
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I agree with you Joe, but we don't even know If the Kid is all that good.
the Op stated they got another Super Star player booted to another district.
So maybe that paved the way for their Kid to get onto the squad.


All I know is that this same situation was an episode of the NBC series, Friday Night Lights, and happens more than some people might think especially when you screw someone over and their Kids. I do agree that there needs to be more info( country, State) to get a better picture of what is really going on.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 08:33 AM
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Your case seems simple the way you present it here.

But is that the full story? What are you not telling us about why the school district is looking into your household?

It seems, however, the district is over-stepping their bounds. But as I wondered above, are you?





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