My son went to buy lunch the other day and the lunch lady told him that he owed $6.00 and took his lunch and said "you won't be getting this", so he went without lunch. I think that his so mean, why not just send a bill to the parents? I am always good about paying my children's lunch account, they just never told my son that he owed money, they could of at least warned him instead of taking it away in such a mean way.Answer Question
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It is my 13 year old daughter's responsibility to let me know when she needs lunch money. She occasionally ends up with no lunch. I think this is a GOOD thing because she is learning to be responsible and take care of her own needs, and she is learning there are CONSEQUENCES for not taking care of her bills. I want her to learn these lessons now while the price is small so she knows it before she goes out on her own.
Perhaps the lunch lady was not polite to your son, but what she did was completely appropriate. As for the not being polite part, I expect anyone who works in a high school cafeteria puts up with more crap from kids than most of us can imagine (not really an excuse, but I expect many of us would become like that after doing that job for a while).
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