Nutter Fort Primary Witch Hunt
Yvonne Loar

I read your take on things with great interest. I have a daughter who has a learning disability, so I understand how tough things can be on these kids, as well as how difficult it can be to work with them. I tried to appreciate your take on this but I have to admit, your statement that she didn’t see him is absolute NONSENSE!! Because even if she didn’t notice him initially, you can’t tell me she didn’t hear his protest and cries. She was standing right in front of him. To top that, she did ZERO to console the lil man, nor did she do a damn thing to explain so that he didn’t stand there not knowing what to do. Assuming your theory is correct, and that he had no final line, she was remiss in her job clearly by not removing him from the stage before the last lil man spoke. I have seen comments about your affiliation with a school group, whether this is true or not, I have no clue, and I really don’t care if you are or not. But, her actions were uncalled for and rude. And the fact that you actually said you were proud of her………….well, you need to raise your standards on pride.

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