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Dog traumatized after boarding the wrong bus on a school field trip

A little girl is getting help from a family member after she was bullied on a field trip.

In a Facebook post, a parent wrote about how her young daughter was bullied by a boy on the field trip bus.

The dad wrote, “She took her field trip today on the wrong bus, so we had to get off at the wrong stop. We did not realize that until the end of the trip. At the time she was traumatized.”

The mom wrote, “While her friends were in the classroom and had a few extra minutes, I was getting the bus out of the parking lot to make sure we got her to the right bus. When I pulled the bus around to leave, one of her classmates saw what was happening and called her out, ‘Hey it’s you, why are you taking the wrong bus?!'. She was in tears and the only thing that was calming her down was getting her some water.”

The dad writes that they were finally able to get the girl off the bus when the driver realized what was going on.

But it’s not just the parents who are concerned for their child’s safety.

The mom writes, “Our kids are traumatized, especially this one because it’s their first field trip and there are so many strangers in her group. I’m really concerned that something will happen on the bus.”

The mom’s dad also wrote in on Facebook and said that this is a huge problem with public transit.

“We take the bus to get to our son’s school and are appalled by what’s going on here in Boston,” he wrote. “You just can’t expect to pick someone up for a field trip and assume they know which bus to get on. It’s dangerous, unprofessional, and just plain unacceptable.”

The mother shared an update on their daughter’s day and says that she is doing much better.

They are planning on going back to the school and speaking to the teachers about the situation and if they can have a letter for the parents of the children who get put on the wrong bus.

“I’m trying to be supportive but I just wish there was more they could do,” the mom said.

A family in the Chicago area has an idea for a solution.

A man is asking the local Chicago transit system to provide special passes to all parents.

It’s so parents know exactly what bus to take their children on the field trip.

The man said his daughter was on a field trip and the group got separated.

“I think this can’t be right,” he said.

A family in the Chicago area is working with the city’s transit system to have a special passes given to every parent so they know the bus they’re getting their children on.

Transit officials say they’ll look into the idea.

Transit officials say that they’ll look into the idea to make the field trip experience safer for children and parents.

The mom wrote, “My daughter was fine today. They allowed her to go to her class with her friends and when she had to go back on the bus, they made sure she went with a staff member. She took the bus home.”

The family says that the staff member that took her home said they saw she was traumatized.

They want the school to address the issue and have the other students on the bus call their parents to get them to their correct bus.

This is the second incident this week involving kids getting bullied on a school trip.

A teacher at a Florida elementary school had to call a parent for help after he saw a mother and son being bullied on a school trip.

The mother and son were asked to leave the bus and then they started punching and kicking the boy.

This is an all too common situation where people get bullied on school trips, but now there’s an easy solution.

Transit officials say they’ll look into the idea.

Transit officials say that they’ll look into the idea to make the field trip experience safer for children and parents.

The mom wrote, “My daughter was fine today. They allowed her to go to her class with her friends and when she had to go back on the bus, they made sure she went with a staff member. She took the bus home.”

The family says that the staff member that took her home said they saw she was traumatized.

They want the school to address the issue and have the other students on the bus call their parents to get them


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