Teacher Sends Home Nasty Note About Little Girl's Lunch (PHOTO)

letter sent home to parentsYou may take the time to put together your child's wonderful lunch each morning, or you send them off with some cash and hope the school lunch is just as nutritious, but all parents consider what their child eats while at school. And what would you do if that parenting decision was called into question? That's exactly what happened to one Missouri dad. Dr. Justin Puckett and his wife received a rather nasty letter from the school about their daughter's lunch.


And Dad's response? Perfect. Take a look at the letter below, and his two-word, one-line answer:

letter sent home to parents

And ... there you go. Puckett then went on to clarify that the school actually got his daughter's lunch completely wrong:

She had four pieces of ham, a whole protein meat, she also had some pickles, which we admittedly cheat on pickles every once and awhile as a vegetable, because some fights just aren't worth having. She also had four marshmallows in a Ziploc bag and then she had three very small pieces of chocolate, of which she ate one for lunch and then she also gave her brother and another friend one at an after school program.

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Well that clears up the contents of the lunchbox. But Puckett didn't stop there. In fact, he wanted to make it very clear that his parenting skills should not be questioned:

The issue isn't what happened at the Primary School and with my daughter because she is very independent and going to be completely unaffected by this. But what does bother me is that it just seems that we are constantly being inundated with the inability to be parents of our children.

I have the ultimate responsibility to raise my children and I take that role very, very seriously and so maybe I took it bit more personally that there was some offense that maybe I wasn't doing a good job in that duty, something that is my number one job.

Turns out, the school apologized for the letter and admitted that it was an overreaction. But obviously, Dad was not quick to let go of the letter and has responded in his own epic and sassy way.

Now that's how you handle a seriously rude message.

What would you do if you received a letter like this?


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