<blockquote><b>Quoting dat uterus tho:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Tasha Norman:</b>" He very well may have other issues going ... [snip!] ... "throwing a cup of water" harmless. I don't know why he's still enrolled there really he's a walking liability for the school."</blockquote>
Have they referred him for special education testing :s
<blockquote><b>Quoting dat uterus tho:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Lacie Heethuis-Roy:</b>" well either invite him or maybe dont ... [snip!] ... been to a birthday party where the parents didn't stay. If someone tried to drop their kid and dip I'd be like "uh...no ""</blockquote>
I had 3 parents ask me if they could because they had prior engagements to take their other children places at the same time. Of course I knew the kids were responsible so I let them. Maybe u just tell that parent if she asks sorry but oI need to stay. Then if he can't maybe she just won't bring him or they still might not come anyway. We invited every one in lylians class and 10 showed up.
She has 26 kids plus she invited some first graders from aftercare and some friends go are not in her class but that she knows outside of school. So odds are good that he won't come anyway.
<blockquote><b>Quoting shes*almost*one!:</b>" because it affects all the children... are you serious? you must be the biggest jerk if you're seriously considering excluding one little prick"</blockquote>
You're the jerk calling a 4/5 year old a little prick.
There was a kid in my sons old preschool who would bite him and hit him and my son would always come home saying how "James" was mean to him that day. There's no way I'd ruin my kids birthday for him by inviting his bully.