Can anyone explain why the school would do this? and should I bring it up
I'm the PTA treasurer. I love the school and volunteer all the time.
We had our "meet the teacher" night last week and I spent the entire time setting at the PTA table in the cafeteria. The Registrar, secretary, assistant principal and principal spent the entire time in the office dealing with people who decided to register their child for kindergarten that day. A big shocking surprise that caused alot of havoc.
After it was all over I went to the office to finish up and go home. I overheard the registrar telling a teacher that several parents that needed to come to the office didn't. That they didn't have all the proper forms or shot records for their kindergarteners to start on Monday morning. So when the parents bring their kids on monday for the first day of class the children won't be allowed to go to class. One of the parents was a mom who I had just been visiting with 30 minutes before. She was obviously clueless that anything was missing and I knew her child would be crushed when she couldn't go to class that first day. I asked permission to call her and give her a heads up. I called her and she had no idea. Had never been told anything was missing. Doesn't know whats missing.
Is there some reason the school would do this? They had three children who are going to be turned away from class on monday and never bothered to tell them or send them a letter informing them that they had missing paperwork. Is it just not the schools reponsibility? Am I missing something?