My son's teacher know darn good and well not to give my child chocolate of any source. It makes him so out of control no one can control him. Then when he crashes he is out for the night. Well we had problems at the beginning of the year because he was disrupted in the afternoon. She sent me an email in regards to it. I had found out they serve choclate milk along with regular. I knew that was the problem him choosing chocolate over regular and he told me as well. I finally got that straight where he knows he can't take chocolate and they watch out for it in the lunch line. She had made mention to me what happens if someone has a birthday and a family memeber brings in some sort of sweet. I told her I would handle it. So I did and went out and bought nonsugar noncolored treats for him. Explained to him that when they have a birthday he could not have what they have he would get a special treat. So this week she sends me an opps email telling me she had given him M&M's. That explained out of the week why the one day he was out of control. On Friday she sent him home with a snack bag of M&M's, snack Twix bar and a snack Snickers bar. I am not understanding why she sent those home. He had them pulled out and eaten before I realized what was going on in the back seat. My question here is do I confront her personally and go over the sweet routine again (She has the items I bought there at school in her room) or do I go to the principal and explain the situation. I almost feel like she did this in spite and for what I do not know. Sorry so long, any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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