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I have posted about this before, but I am posting again because I am furious. I give my daughter a bagel and cream cheese every day for lunch to bring to school. This is one of her favorite foods. One of her teachers has told me, multiple times in the past, that I should bring something different for her to eat. I have tried, but she refuses to let me put anything other than a bagel in her lunchbox. Today, my daughter only ate half the bagel. Her teacher made such a big deal about it and was very nasty. She told me "She only ate half the bagel. I threw the other half in the garbage. She didn't want it. I told you to start bringing in something else for lunch." What do you mean "you told me"? She was very nasty and she has no right to tell me what to do with my child or what to feed her. So what if she only ate half her lunch. It doesn't mean she didn't like it. She may not have been that hungry. I am thinking of going to the director of my daughter's preschool. I have already spoken to the teacher herself (who happens to be an assistant teacher) and when that didn't work, I went to the head teacher. Now, I think it's time to go further up the line. How dare a teacher be rude to a parent. My tuition pays her salary. I am sorry for the long rant but I am very upset, as you can see. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!