Answered on Mar 17th, 2017 at 10:23 AM
If your children are injured at school, you must serve a notice of claim on the school board within 90 day of the injury, and start a lawsuit within one year and 90 days of the injury. If your son has been continually bullied, you may also have a case against the school, depending on the severity, which is often determined by whether your son needed outside therapy. Although you dont have an action against the school for the busted lip, you should let the school board know about the incident, and the details of the failure to supervise. If you want to switch schools but the BOE says you're missing paperwork- give them the paperwork.