I don't know why it is half the planet suddenly becomes unable to drive, walk in a straight line or apparently think the second it starts to rain, but this one is apparently a huge controversy at DS's school:
Is it ok to hold up the entire drop off line (and it's huge - budget cuts took buses away) to drop your child off directly in front of the door (they still have a good 120 feet of sidewalk to cross) or is it rude to make everyone else wait just so your child doesn't have to walk an extra 10-50 feet?
It's not just rainy day only cars - I recognize some of them who drop off every day and know where they're supposed to go (nevermind there are giant orange cones and a monitor with a giant sign and an umbrella to show them), so it's not ignorance of where the line goes.
Answer by Anonymous at 8:22 AM on Sep. 2, 2010
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Answer by gertie41 at 8:27 AM on Sep. 2, 2010
How about the ones that won't drive up to the main parking lot turn around so they are turning right into the drop off drive. they end up blocking traffic on the road because they just have to turn left into the drive. What about the ones that don't pull up so others can drop off and walk their kids up to the door? Park in the lot if you just have do this.
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