So now you show up when they are ready to be suspended or expelled and now we are to blame😫, not your child or even you😠. Where were you for the parent/teacher conference👀👀 when we were trying to prevent/correct the behaviors? Oh no😤, you came showing out because we took their phone are they can’t participate in activities. We are creating a generation of No Accountability. Parents aren’t disciplining children and they come to school with that same mentality. I’m an old school parent so it’s probably best if ‘I exit stage left👋!’ Ms. Davis ain’t having it. I’m ready to excuse myself from several groups because parents expectations are sometimes unrealistic, there are in denial, and some actually think we will accept what their child does to them at home to continue at school😕. I actually had a parent tell me not to give her son homework, I’m like WTF. My Pre-K students are reading. We don’t limit our scholar to the set standards, we expand their knowledge because we know the uphill battle our ESE pre-K are facing I’m a mother of an Intellectual Disabled son and I’ve NEVER come to IEP meetings demanding things. His teachers just like myself are with the students 7+ hours, 5 days a week. Can we get some credit in knowing what we are doing? I’m grateful for Mrs. Joanne Harrison Wallace Ms. Delia Ford. I was giving the business by Delia, she didn’t sugarcoat anything. She told me Brian was going to high school and I was not holding him back. It was my fear, and I will admit, he excelled. He was VP of marketing during the teddy bear sale 😜😎now what if Ms. Ford didn’t say anything. I also thank parents like Kyla Michele and Anghelly Uribe for knowing what we went through and worked with us. I filter what I say because people are so sensitive and you now have to literally have a politically correct refresher course every day. I’ll leave you with something my mom told me, she said: “Lisa, the world is not going to love Brian the way you do, so teach him manners.” And “people mistreat bad kids.” It’s a hard fact but true.