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What do you think: Will fining bullies' parents make a difference?

A Wisconsin town is taking the blame of bullying out of the hands of children, and placing it into the hands of their parents, the...
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NO! It is the kids that are doing something wrong not the parents and it's not the kids money so they won't be shown they did something wrong and have go with the consequences. It's like suspending a kid who did something wrong a school, they probably don't want to be there anyway. Pointless.

Jess D.

by cellphone1847 on 6/13/2013 12:53:29 PM


a LOT of parents are so naive when it comes to there children I'm not saying there all like this but most of them are they make excuses for there kids and say how perfect they are and would never do anything wrong if parents know there children are being bully's and harassing other kids they need to stop them not keep making excuses I don't care what the child's problem is it's never
ok to bully

by redvelvetluv on 6/13/2013 10:52:45 AM


@gemstone_smile5 No they didn't they weren't saying finding as in to look for they were saying fining, meaning to charge money.

by bonbon7810 on 6/13/2013 10:49:14 AM


umm... its supposed to be fining not finding. As in making them pay.

by emim88 on 6/13/2013 9:59:35 AM


I believe that if the bullying is serious like a child hurting another in a fight then the parents should be fined, but if their kid is just calling others names the parents should be notified by the school board.

by laineydorv on 6/13/2013 9:39:07 AM


Its not like the parents own their kids or anything. I've been bullied and it was eventually resolved...but anyway, the parents didn't do anything, Even though some people think the parents should have raised them better, parents have essentially no control over what happens at school, it is all the child who is bullying others. It isn't right to fine someone who had nothing to do with it. Most parents don't say "I don't like that kid, make sure he is miserable tomorrow at school." I've never ever heard of that happening

by kewauneegal on 6/13/2013 8:46:12 AM


It makes sense. Some bullies problems go back to their home lives. But I think fining the parents won't work; they should try to figure out the problems the kids have first THEN decide what to do about it

by puella94 on 6/13/2013 8:22:02 AM


@gemstone_smile5 No it's supposed to be fining, silly! They're talking about making the parents pay a "fine", which is, if you don't know, a document that says you have to pay money for something (like a drivers ticket), if the parents' child is bullying another person. We've all had our 'Derp!' moments, so don't feel embarrassed! Ha ha Smile

by LittleUsagiTewi on 6/13/2013 2:27:02 AM


They spelled finding wrong...

haha xP

by gemstone_smile5 on 6/12/2013 11:09:56 PM


This is a stupid idea its like blaming the parents for the child being too loud in class. Its not the parents fault if the child is bullying other children. It's the child fault. I do believe the parents should be notified of the child bullying other children but fining them for that is so stupid. The school should punish the child for their actions not the parents.

by HockeyLuver on 6/12/2013 10:48:48 PM

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