Were these messages sent to your child? Can you provide a little more detail, please
Thanks ~ Michelle
If the messages were sent to your child, you can take those text messages to the police and ask they investigate this matter as you feel they are inappropriate - and that the coach is sending such messages to other students - you can explain that the inappropriateness is making your child uncomfortable and that you feel as though there is a certain amount of harassment in addition to other problems.
Unfortunately, without a bit more information, including the state where this occurred, I cannot be more specific to your needs.
Ok. Thank you for that folo up information. It has been 2 years since the text messaging and therefore possibilty of any evidence is non-existant Please tell me what your question is, so I can accurately assist and direct you.
I just dont see how anything from 2006 can be proved without the evidence of the text messages - of course, the administration should have done something - and they can do something about any such behaviors that are now occuring - but without those text messages it is just going to be one's word against the other - and quite possibly at this point "slander" would weigh in. I mean imagine if someone said that Customer committed a crime in 2006 - and there was nothing to prove it. Again, you can report this to the police - but without concrete evidence, I see it not going anywhere.
If you have not already spoken with your Board of Education members concerning this and the recent conduct - then you might consider doing that. Again, be careful of saying things that you cannot prove.
This is different than if there was some sort of sexual abuse - of course, you have nothing to lose by going to the POLICE and/or the DA and having them investigate this matter -
Should a coach be allowed to use profanity? Of course not. Do they? All the time is my guess - should the administration have taken action - YES. Do you want to sue the administration for not taking action - then you will need to show some type of damage - and how can you do that when there is not any evidence.
Again, take it to the police. Consult with a local attorney about this. Consults are minimal. You might find someone who wants to latch onto this, present a scandal and try to make a name for themselves. This is my most-humble and professional opinion on this matter. I could be wrong.
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