Kitty - posted on 05/03/2014 ( 1 mom has responded )
I recently got very sick and when i went to pick up my son i felt so horrid that i accidentally parked where i shouldn't have to pick him up. A teacher who saw this decided she wanted to complain about it, which i find reasonable. What i didn't find reasonable is that she then sent that complain VIA my son. And i don't mean a note or letter, she quite literally gave him a verbal message to give to me pertaining to saying I shouldn't have parked where i did. My son is mildly autistic and tends to repeat things word by word and what he repeated very much sounded like someone being told off. I respect the teachers need to tell me I shouldn't have parked their, but is it wrong of me to be agitated by her using my son as a medium for the communication? A teacher reprimanding a parent through a child seems to be somewhat the same as arguing in front of a child when it is put across like that especially. What should I do, Am i wrong to find this inappropriate?