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How long ago did the incident occur?
Why is there animus from the asst principal?
Thank you for the additional information. Why is the asst principal so hostile to your child?
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If the vice principal is acting in violation with the district policy and the Superintendent is not taking action to protect the student then you may have a claim for violation of your child's civil rights. The school has a legal duty with regard to its conduct towards your child and you can sue if they breach that duty. Your child should not have to endure bullying from another student, let alone a school administrator.
Your suit would be against the district, the vice principal and the superintendent.
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