never/ever wrote:I SO would write "See me after class" after taking the red crayon to it....
No excuse for this. You pay for excellence, you get poor grammar? Suggest that if they not are capable to supply you with a properly written document, then to communicate in emojis instead.
Well, this is a public school (in the U.S. that means it's funded by tax revenues and free for all in the prescribed zone. It's a tad more complicated than that, but that's the gist of it) BUT it's a desirable school in a neighborhood with a wealthy tax base, so I'd expect coherent correspondence from the teachers, and yeah, they're underpaid and under the gun and all that, but still.
And I have no doubt these are good teachers; it's just that the slipshod nature of that writing is a bit jarring.
I suppose you could just file my complaint under the general heading "moaning about declining standards everywhere," a BCB favorite.
fange wrote:It annoys the hell out of me, but i think the Baron's right; if it's a top school there are bound to be other parents who will see it and get just as annoyed as you, and someone who has no qualms about being the bad guy will act on it.
I fear the more likely scenario is no one will notice it or care.