This is Erika Aguirre from Gardner.
And this week she decided to try to shame her crotch fruit’s teachers because they put her out of control kid in one of those timeout rooms that every year, like clockwork, some parent freaks out about.
FYI these rooms exist in many elementary schools because some kids are a physical threat to other kids. They hit, scratch, bite, and even throw object at their teachers and other students because they’re “having a bad day.” This happens a lot more now than it used to when you were in school because this is how the “fuck you Mom” generation is being raised. When they don’t get their way they act like animals and instead of spanking them we encourage them to talk about their feelings to figure out WHY they’re mad. The kids don’t stay the night in these rooms, they just go there until they can cool down and are no longer a physical threat to other kids.
According to Erika this has happened multiple times, and every time they put her poon polyp there he goes kicking and screaming.
Newsflash – the fact that your kid is kicking and screaming at teachers is exactly why he needs to go into the padded room. The fact that he didn’t want to go into that room doesn’t matter. He was disruptive and dangerous to other kids, so he had to be removed. If he did this “multiple” times then might I suggest that you’ve done a shitty job raising your kid.
If you are really upset by this then there are channels you can go through. Request a meeting with the principal, or if you really feel the need contact an attorney so they can let you know why you’re wrong. But if your initial instinct is to go to Facebook and post about how the principal “doesn’t wanna know me,” then you are Route 2 trash.
She thinks that because her kid is undiagnosed they can’t put him in this room.
Hey fartbox, it’s not about your kid. It’s about the other kids your child presents a clear and present danger to. They’re not putting him in there because it’s beneficial to him, they’re doing it because it’s beneficial to everyone else.
Of course every pajama raptor mom in Gardner had to come on and share their expertise on the matter, whining about how their crotch fruits got sent there too.
Complaining about how the room makes them “chloseterphobic”
Then there were the hardo parents.
If they ever tried anything like that on my crotch fruit…..
The biggest badass of them all was Mean Gene Brunell.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet the fourth toughest guy in Gardner.
You discipline his nani nugget and you’re gonna get the shit kicked out of you.
Then there were the “I called Fox 25 News” ratchets.
Because if you need someone to broadcast your bullshit the first thing you should do is call Fox 25 News.
Others suggested posting on yard sale sites.
If your immediate inclination to seeing your child was disciplined is to broadcast this on a yard sale site then I fully understand why your kid is out of control in the first place.
Some suggested contacting the Mayor.
And because of it’s a small city the Mayor actually responded on Erika’s post.
So there you have it – 97% of kids don’t ever see this room. If your kid does then you have failed as a parent. By broadcasting your failures to the world you only further validate our original opinion that your kid is acting like this because you never taught them discipline at home. They use this room instead of sending your kid home because they actually want your kid to be in school. They know that at home you’re just gonna keep on being a shitty, passive parent and your kid’s behavior is gonna get even worse.
The School District also issued a press release and posted it on Facebook.
This shows once and for all that Facebook is undoubtably the public square. There were no phone calls or letters sent home to parents about this. A parent posted on Facebook, lots of people saw it, and the school determined that this was a matter they needed to address ON FACEBOOK because Facebook is the public square.
A lot of people were thankful to the superintendent for being so transparent, but local GED-Rex’s like Monica Gallant weren’t trying to hear any of that.
The superintendent literally just said that 97% of kids will never see this room, and here you are proudly bragging that you’re one of the 3% who failed.
And I got news for you – you CAN do this to your kids at home too. It’s called go to your room and think about what you did. Normal parents do this instead of rewarding their out of control kids by plopping them in front of an iPad so they can watch Japanese crotch fruits play with toys on YouTube.
But, but, but, muh human rights……
They’re thinking about the human rights of the other children your kid presents a danger to.
You know Brenda here was big mad once she busted out the caps lock.
The sheer “freight” of it all. Well, if a kid is screaming that they want out we should definitely let them out since they’ve clearly calmed down. That’s how these rooms work.
Turns out Monica had a personal beef with the superintendent from her time as a student (which was more than likely just a few years ago).
Yea the superintendent is failing your son, not you.
Then there was a twist….
Turns out we had three generations of teacher blaming Gardner guttermuppets on our hands. And shockingly Monica had to drop out of high school because of the principal, not because she was a crappy student who can’t spell MCAS.
The bottom line is these rooms are necessary, legal, and if your kid ends up there it says more about you then it does about the school.
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