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Old 05-20-2009, 04:00 PM
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What if you wrote a letter.....appearing to be one of the parents, and say that you were there on different ccassions and witnessed this type of behavior from the woman. Send it to the church in care of the pastor.

Or, send it directly to the administrator, and let her know as a parent you have witnessed these kinds of things, and you are giving her the opportunity to change, and if she doesn't, she will be reported. Just sign it "A parent". She doesn't need to know who sent it, she just needs to know that she has been caught in these behaviors and she better change or else. Yes, you may be telling a little white lie letting her believe it is a parent writing, but saves you from having to confront her and saves your job should she get mad for someone saying something. Sometimes doing things discreetly is the best way, being nonconfrontational.
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