Tried to talk to the principal but I was told first that they didn't know where she was and then that she had left for a meeting.
Picked the boys up. Neither teacher would look me in the eye much less talk to me. Odd for Cameron's teacher but she may have been busy.
Kyler was very quiet and upset looking. I put them in the van and stood there asking him what was wrong. He said he left the classroom today and knew it was bad of him to do. Sigh. He's been watched by so many people besides DH and myself and doesn't do this stuff, why now? So he left the room and went into Cameron's classroom. He said his teacher came and got him, yanked him by his arm and dug her nail into his finger (he has skin missing on the knuckle of his thumb, a very small piece is missing). She took him back in his room, put him in timeout, told him he was a brat for not listening to her.
NOW he's five years old and fibs occasionally, so I don't totally trust his story. I grilled him quite a bit without getting upset with him. But his story remained consistent. I don't totally believe that a teacher would call a student a brat (to his face anyway). Especially with how kids repeat things. But that word is not used in our home, so I am unsure of where he heard it but again, could be from anywhere!
So I do believe he went into Cameron's classroom and got in trouble. We talked about why he just cannot do that. He feels terrible (again, I didn't get mad at him) and he's very quiet now. :/
Take them out. They don't need to be there, it's just not a good place for them. Look at how your little boy feels. Look at how his "teacher" (she is NOT a teacher) makes him feel. Now he's at trouble at home too because of school. He should be able to come home without school hanging over his head. The school is now running and interferring in your life. What ever the principal and the "teacher" say about your children will go into your school records and stay with him whereever he goes. That school record will determine what every other "teacher", principal and ruling body will think about and how they treat your son. IS THIS RIGHT?