did her teacher really just ask me to send that? edit*
so earlier this week the teacher sent home a note ask for different snacks and drinks for activities they will be doing the last week of school before break. it had a list of what they wanted and said they need to be in by the 9th no problem. on the bottom was a form for you to put what you are willing to send and for you to put any food allergies your child may have. i filled it out and sent it right back. i put i would send in the swiss miss. and put her allergies which are cheese, milk and ice cream. so i go shopping today buy the swiss miss and have it all ready to go to send on Monday. my daughter gets in the car at the end of the day and goes i need to send goldfish to school. i told her i already volunteered to send something. she goes they already have enough cocoa she wants you to send goldfish. when i checked her back pack there was a note from the teacher on the form i filled out and sent in saying we have enough cocoa can you send goldfish. did she not read my child allergies. she is asking me to send in a cheese product. why would you ask someone to send in something that they cant even eat? i will not be sending them as we don't have any and i am not going back to the store just for goldfish.
i emiled the teacher offering to send in something else besides goldfish if they have an need for anything else. i am always willing to help my childs class in any way i can. but i will not send in goldfish. i am always buying something to send in everytime i turn around for her class weather is be snacks, things for experiments, or money for something that the teacher is going to buy for the class. i love helping and i acutully wish i could do more. i cant help in the classroom or go on field trips because of my younger child who is still at home and i have no one to care for in order to do those things. so i always send in something when it is asked for if possible.
Sarah 10-16-06 Luciano 11-27-08