user banned 1 child; Portland, Maine 20613 posts24th Jan '13
Quoting Ur Local Frnt Desk Clrk:" OK UPDATE!!! I went into the office and asked if I could talk to the principal or counselor about some ... [snip!] ... it won't happen again, and he will be contacting the parents just to let them know that there is some inappropriate touching. "That's great! I'm glad the principal is taking action.
MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 46759 posts25th Jan '13
Im late on this but I want to say that five years old is a very curious age. Kids are learning about their bodies and they tend to do things like play doctor and such. Chances are, the kid was just curious and the intent was harmless.... However, regardless of this it shouldn't be happening at school. Someone should be watching them more closely. I would skip talking to the teacher and go right to the principal or guidance counselor and make sure that the kids are being better supervised so it doesn't happen again. I honestly think it's innocent on the kids part because they are curious and still quite innocent at that age.... Hes not trying to molest her or anything at five years old- im sure it's just curiosity. I wouldn't hesitate to keep my child home until it was sorted out, though. Maybe the guidance counselor can talk to both of the kids and get to the bottom of it.