My name is Miranda Miller. We live in Haysville. My daughter was admitted into Good Shepard Adolescent Unit last night do to being bullied at Campus High School. The kids there are bulling her. They call her names and some have gone as far as telling her to commit suicide and that also no one would care if she did die. We took her to ViaCristi St. Joe last night and while speaking with the psychiatrist we learned that she has cut herself do to this and was debating on drinking Bleach to kill her self. The psychiatrist said off the top of his head he can think of 3 other students he has had from that school alone and that he got so frustrated with the lack of teacher and principal involvement that he, himself has personally wrote a letter to the principal Mr. Myron Regier about the bulling problem. My husband Justin tried to get her transferred to the Alternative School here and the principal at Campus would not discuss it or even ask to her why she wanted moved or that we could set up a meeting. He did absolutely nothing to try and help my daughter. I know of 2 other parents personally whose children go to the Haysville Middle Schools that are also being bullied with no help from the School.
My intention of this letter is in hopes that with your help and resources that you can get to the bottom of why there is no help from school administration and why the strong "No Bulling" is not being upheld. I have done what I can to help my daughter and others like her and I just need a little more help to let the Schools and Parents and especially the students, that this sort of thing is not going to be tolerated here or anywhere else. I'm scared my daughter is going to go through with her plan and that she will just be another statistic. PLEASE we beg of you not to let that happen.
I Thank You for your time and attention. If you want or need to contact us our
Cell # 316-390-8129 Justin or Miranda Miller
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