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    Default Schools and social services

    my daughter is in K in a local school, she went and told her teacher that my son(her brother) kicked her really hard over and over in the back. My daughter is 5, my son is 3

    I didnt witness this happen and I am around both of them ALL the time. I asked my daughter to show me where her brother kicked her, she said her back, I looked at her back, no bruises were evident, no soreness or even redness.

    The school has not contacted me yet, as she just told them this today. I am wondering, what possible things could happen here? My son is 3 and says he didnt hit her. The teacher just told my daughter to stay away from him then mentioned something about Santa Claus, I cannot get a straight answer out of my daughter.

    Is it possible social services could become involved over this? Would I recieve any warning or just a knock at the door soon?

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    Default Kicked by Brother?

    It's hard to guess; it isn't clear that the teacher took the claim seriously, let alone that she thought it might constitute abuse.

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    Default kicking

    well if the teacher had taken this seriously, shouldn't my child have been inspected or photos taken? I asked her if the teacher looked at her back, she said no, also shouldnt the school have contacted me??

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    Default Incident at school.

    It's a guessing game. If you want to know what happened, perhaps you should contact the teacher and ask her.

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