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My son had a K teacher whom, according to the rules of the school should be my daughters K teacher for the upcoming year. I am an involved parent, did many things for her class when my son was in it and referred her for tutoring. All last year she gave me an attitude, barely muttering a 'hello' to me when I'd see her at the school and seemed to be the same way with my son. My daughter starts K next week and we got her class assignment and she does not have this teacher. I am just so annoyed and grateful, does that make sense? I have no idea why this teacher has a problem with me other than it's a small town that caters to an elite group of kids/parents ( if their idea of elite is snotty and not worth knowing, so be it) Anyhow- should I leave this situation alone, ignore the teacher and just have a great year with my daughter in a different class or should I say something to this witch?




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My son had a K teacher whom, according to the rules of the school should be my daughters K teacher for the upcoming year. I am an involved parent, did many things for her class when my son was in it and referred her for tutoring. All last year she gave me an attitude, barely muttering a "hello" to me when I'd see her at the school and seemed to be the same way with my son. My daughter starts K next week and we got her class assignment and she does not have this teacher. I am just so annoyed and grateful, does that make sense? I have no idea why this teacher has a problem with me other than it's a small town that caters to an elite group of kids/parents ( if their idea of elite is snotty and not worth knowing, so be it) Anyhow- should I leave this situation alone, ignore the teacher and just have a great year with my daughter in a different class or should I say something to this witch?


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cmccarthy writes:
Why borrow trouble? Have a great year with your daughter in her new class and be glad that you are not forced to deal with an uncomfortable situation on a daily basis.
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aracely writes:
you dont have to create problem. but you could ask if there is something wrong or didyou do something wrong it wasnt your intention., and tell her how you felt. comunication is the key. maybe is not you is she that is having trouble. and after that every thime you see her say hi with a big smile:) and have a great year.
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DColes writes:
There probably is not a problem. I would not cause trouble. It sounds like you and this particular teachers personalites simply do not get along. It happens many times. I remember when I was in 8th grade and the Social Studies teacher seemed just not to get along with me or my mother.
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