One of my favorite things in the world as a child was finding little notes that my mom slipped into my lunchbox. She would always write things that made me laugh or would brighten my day.
When Francesca Easdon sent her 5-year-old son Kyler to daycare with a note inside his lunchbox, she never thought that she would get it back with an even nastier note from his teacher.
Eason wrote, “Please tell [my son] that his mommy loves him so much and I’m thinking about him.” Instead of getting something nice written back to her, she claims it said, “NO! Put him on a diet + GO AWAY!”
Easdon was extremely shocked by what his teacher had written to her, “So now that I have handled the situation I want to share what happened to Kyler and I. We have been working with Kyler on his eating, he’s extremely picky! I have been introducing new healthy options in his lunchbox and discussed the changes with his school. And for the record, I feel that Kyler is absolutely perfect the way he is, I’m just helping him make healthier choices. Instead of his school being supportive I am in absolute shock at what happened. I sent this note in Kyler’s lunchbox, thinking that it would make him smile at lunchtime, but instead, I received this in return from one of the teachers!”
“Of course I was absolutely livid and immediately reached out to the school. First thing this morning I was at the school waiting on the director with my mother in law for a meeting. I was assured that it was being investigated and handled, yet almost no remorse was shown. I also brought to their attention the fact that on his teacher’s public Facebook page there were mass posts regarding drug use and other very inappropriate content. The teacher that wrote this note confessed while I was at work and was fired, but nothing has been done about the other situations. Zero remorse for their actions.”
“I am disgusted that I put my trust in these people to care for my child and this is what I get in return. I have removed Kyler from this daycare (Rocking Horse Kingwood) and am enrolling him in a beautiful new facility. I’m worried about the higher cost but I will make it work, no matter what I have to do. Kyler’s safety and level of care comes first. Sorry for the long post but I feel it’s so important to share this. I’m extremely hands-on with my child’s care and still didn’t see this coming. Monitor your daycares closely and stay away from this facility, they do NOT deserve the privilege of teaching our children.”