I knew the minute I read the first line of the email that it would be — well, I’ll let you see it.
Actual parent email opening: I just seen “Molly’s” grade, and…
Oh, dear. I seen? No, dear parent, you saw. Or you have seen. Frankly, “I seen” is a dead giveaway that you ain’t seen nothing yet.
She argued I shouldn’t have taken off points for her use of Pinterest as a resource for her research. The mother’s reasoning?
Also I know that one of the picture was from Pinterest, and that is not a credible source. They have alot (sic) of pictures on the official (insert topic here) website but they also have this posted “All images and photographs of the interior and exterior of the theatre on this website are under the copyright of the (insert organization name here), Inc. Reproduction of any images or photographs whether electronically or otherwise is not permitted without the prior written consent of (insert organization name) Friends.” So we didn’t know if we could use them for a report or not without permission. Could we use them for a report?
It was late Friday when this appeared in my inbox. I haven’t answered yet. This was a definite Wait ‘Til Monday type of event. Any advice, readers?