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Teacher Hears Student Is Ridiculed for Her Hair— So She Shuts Down the Bullies With Her OWN New Hairdo

Five-year-old Priscilla Perez recently got her hair chopped from shoulder length to a pixie cut and has endured severe bullying ever since. Shortly after her mom cut her hair, Priscilla’s peers started calling her a boy and ridiculing her new style.

Disheartened, the kindergartener at Meador Elementary School in Willis, Texas, began wearing hoodies and hats to school every day to hide her hair.

Eventually, she opened up to her teacher, Shannon Grimm, about the struggles she’d been facing and expressed that she wishes her hair was long.

Grimm was appalled that this once lively girl now hated school because she was being bullied for her appearance.

While Grimm knew she couldn’t help Priscilla magically grow hair, she recognized that there was a larger lesson to be learned here for the whole class. She decided to take a stand.

One day after winter break, the teacher walked in with a cropped hairdo of her own, along with a bow to match Priscilla. She even made matching bows for them to wear every day of the week in order to help the 5-year-old feel more comfortable and confident in the classroom.

Kelsey Straeter
Kelsey Straeter
Kelsey is an editor at Outreach. She’s passionate about fear fighting, freedom writing, and the pursuit of excellence in the name of crucifying perfectionism. Glitter is her favorite color, 2nd only to pink, and 3rd only to pink glitter.

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