So i pack my kidlets lunches everyday. My daughter (8) just now tells me, at almost the end of the school year, that when she has any kind of goody in her bag kids will ask her for it, she tells them no and they tell on her and the teacher makes her give up her goody to the nagging kid. Say what? Clearly, being a mother at this school for 5 years hasnt taught them anything. Do NOT mess with my kids. I have reamed teachers out and gotten the board of education on teachers and principals for many things that I have not liked (a teacher getting into my sons face and yelling, a teacher grabbing and squeezing my sons arm) this lunch deal, is unacceptable. Our district offers free lunches to everyone, no matter their parents income. Why does my kid have to give up her lunch because some whiny little shit wants it? I do not buy food for others, I buy it for my family. The school is getting an earful today, and if I need to sit in that cafeteria for the rest of the school year during her lunch period, so be it.
Ughhh rant over lol. Damn that makes me mad as hell
UPDATE: The principal called back, she did ask the teacher that takes lunch watch if it has been happening. Guess what? To all those who called MY kid a liar, she wasnt lying. The lady admitted to taking katies snacks away for not sharing. Because she thinks it isn't polite. Ummm whaaaat?! But taking a childs food away is polite?
Anyway, the principal isnt happy, im not happy. We do have a school rule of no sharing because of the allergies. The principal is taking disciplinary action against the teacher (I guess she's a new teacher, fresh out of college) and I am now sitting in for lunches during katies lunch period. I was apologized to profusely and told over and over that this is not how the school faculty is expected to behave. I was of course polite but stern, but then again the staff there knows me, so they didnt expect me to be all quiet and soft and actually the principal THANKED me for bringing this to her attention because of the allergy issues.
on Apr. 29, 2014 at 8:28 AM