High School Refuses To Let Parents Bring Forgotten Items

August 19, 2016

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Kids forgetting to take their homework, lunch or PE uniform is an eternal struggle between kids, teachers and parents (and the dig has even been known to be summoned).  Usually a quick phone call to mom or dad results in the items being dropped off to them in between class.  But not for a high school Little Rock, Arkansas.  If a parent is summoned to being homework, bring food gym shorts or to their child at school, they are denied access and greeted with a sign that reads, "Stop, if you are dropping off your son's forgotten lunch, books, homework or equipment, please turn around and exit the building.  Your son will learn to problem-solve in your absence.  Catholic High School for Boys has had this policy in place for year and every new school year, a sign remind returning students and informs new kids that it is up to them to take responsibility.  The sign was posted on Facebook this year and is making the rounds on the Internet, receiving both praise and criticism.

Do you agree or disagree with the school's policy?

SOURCE: Arkansas Matters

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