Parents allege Grade 1 students called 'losers'

Cornelia Wamboldt with her son Chase, 6, outside Harold F. Loughlin Elementary School in Brampton...

Cornelia Wamboldt with her son Chase, 6, outside Harold F. Loughlin Elementary School in Brampton on Monday December 9, 2013. (Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun)

Terry Davidson, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:55 PM ET

TORONTO -- Parents of three elementary school students in Brampton, Ont., are fuming after their school's office manager allegedly called their children "losers."

Parents Cornelia Wamboldt, Paul McLeod and Ashley Broadbridge want disciplinary action brought against the office manager at Peel Region's Harold F. Loughin public school, on Herkley Dr., in the Hwy. 410-Vodden St. E. area.

Wamboldt alleges the Grade 1 students were subjected to verbal abuse while in the school's front office as punishment for misbehaviour.

She claims the three six-year-olds, including her son Chase, were seated in the office in early November when the office manager complained in front of them about having to deal with a group of "losers."


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