DISMISSED: Restraining order filed by parents of six-year-old against five-year-old

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School of the Kenosha kindergarten bully

KENOSHA COUNTY (WITI) — FOX6 News has learned a judge has dismissed a restraining order filed by the parents of a Kenosha County six-year-old against her five-year-old classmate.

This case reportedly all started with a boy telling a girl he wants to slit her throat and watch her bleed — according to a police report obtained by FOX6 News.

The students in this case are in kindergarten at Prairie Lane Elementary School in Kenosha County.

Police records indicate “bullying behavior” has been going on since April.

In one instance, the bully kicked the girl in the face and later threw sand and rocks at her, according to the police report.

The police report says the victim’s parents told school officials about the increasingly violent behavior, but felt enough wasn’t being done, so they filed a retraining order against the boy they see as a bully.

In court documents, a handwritten note written by the victim’s mother, states her daughter had scratches on her face and was stabbed in the back with a stick during one altercation.

A spokesperson for the Kenosha Unified School District declined to comment on camera, but issued this statement to FOX6: “KUSD is working directly with the families involved and will continue working with them. Providing a safe learning environment for all of our students is one of our top priorities.”

The court says as far as it is concerned, the case that began with the restraining order being filed has been completed — so the restraining order has been dismissed.

A Kenosha County clerk told FOX6 News she is unaware of any additional steps the family of the six-year-old girl may take in this case.

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