posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 11:42 PM
reply to post by benrl
That was so eloquently stated 👍 I would have done the same thing and requested the media be involved as well.
See, this actually did happen to my daughter who at the time was in kindergarten (5) enrolled at a school now gone, named Noyes, in Altadena,
California. My daughter is now in college. She came home so totally embarrassed that, i will never forget it 😢. She went to the counter with her
tray and the cashier took her tray away from her and told her that she could not eat today because her parents didn't pay her bill. We owed $5 and
didn't know it. Usually, she had a $10 credit.
When my daughter came home that day, I was outraged beyond belief after she explained what occurred. I so wanted to go to that school the next day,
snatch that lady from behind that counter and beat her "you know what"! Instead (trust me this was hard)(it's illegal to deprive a child a meal in a
public school in Pasadena Unified "for any reason"),I called the district and told them what happened, the principal called me in, we had a meeting
where the principal defended the cashier...I called the school district back and complained again, this time with new info and demanded another
meeting...this time with the superintendent. This took weeks to get as I had to go through certain channels first.
Anyway, the cashier was fired. It's never a good thing to see another human being unemployed. But dammit, if you're that dam retarded and ignorant to
the rules of the school district and how about, just morally, especially involving a child, then get the hell out of here pretending to serve our
children. What a waste of space, I thought f this woman. Go work in a prison or something where people deserve some sort of payback "so to speak"!
I think what this gentleman did is one of the most sincere acts of humanity.
I think I will go pay some public school lunch bills in the next week myself.
Great Post 👍
I would announce it!!! My hope would be that because I made so much noise, maybe others would pay attention, think about the deed and care to act and
do the same.
edit on 2/5/14 by ThePublicEnemyNo1 because: (no reason given)