School Banning Parents From Bringing Forgotten Lunches To Kids

In the olde daies, the town’s menfolk would have rectified this in short order.

Catholic High School for Boys, in North Little Rock, Arkansas, shared a photo of its own door sign on August 10 to Facebook, which reads: ‘If you are dropping off your son’s forgotten lunch, books, homework, equipment etc., please TURN AROUND and exit the building. Your son will learn to problem-solve in your absence.’

The post has since gained more than 70,000 ‘likes’ and more than 3,600 comments with some applauding the school – which educates boys aged between 14 and 18 – for teaching students ‘autonomy’ and others accusing the $4,400-a-year school of ‘starving’ them.

 

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