I saw this post on another group about parents being all upset that a school district denies parents the right to walk their kids into the classroom. It really is safer and less chaotic in the mornings to not have a bunch of parents milling about in the hallways walking their kids every day. Most schools I've ever known allow parents to walk them in the first day or two and then they're dropped off after that, so I don't see what the big deal is about this policy?
Do you walk your kid into the classroom? Would you be angry if the school told you you couldn't?