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A Colorado sixth-grader was handcuffed and taken to a juvenile holding facility for disobeying an assistant principal and being "argumentative and extremely rude," according to an incident report.
In the incident report, the unidentified administrator said she was on hall patrol on Feb. 22 when she came across Quezada and started questioning her. She said she was in mid-sentence when the 11-year-old "turned and walked away saying, 'I don't have time for this.'"...
Originally posted by ignorant_ape
then thell us how - using only those " powers " you would deal with such incidents
Originally posted by mugger
Seems the liberal policies of no discipline are working well. Sounds like the kid needs the old paddle.
It also seems the parents failed to raise a decent child who doesn't respect anyone. Maybe this kid will learna lesson being handcuffed for her stupid outbursts and learn some respect.
OP-revenge?.. I get called on my daughter acting like that, I'm punishing her also.edit on 3/8/2012 by mugger because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Unity_99
I just read some of these comments. I don't even allow them to keep my child in detention and instruct my children to come home. I decide if they are getting a time out ,not somebody else.
I've also told my children to go to the washroom when they want to and told the teachers what I told them.