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Livid Father Lets School Officials Have It After They Lost His Daughter a Third Time

Unacceptable — someone needs to take responsibility

Here’s the question.

What would you do if a school lost your child not once, not twice — but three times?

How would you react?

I have two daughters, and if one or both had been forgotten by the school, I would have been down there, livid, just like this father.

I would have yelled at the top of my lungs while the police were called.

My babies are my precious gifts from God — and these school officials are trying to pass the buck on whose fault it is when the parents don’t want to hear that?

This is unacceptable.

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Thank God for my children’s school when they were that age.

Teachers stood outside in the a.m. to escort students into the school, and in the afternoon they stood outside to make sure each child was picked up.

If parents were late, they returned the child to the school’s office and called the parent.

This school needs a better system and better supervision!

The incident happened in Gwinnett County, Georgia, at the R.L. Elementary School, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Children are in the care of the teachers at the school until they get on the right bus home.

It is their responsibility to make sure those kids get on the right bus home and don’t get left behind.

This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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Wayne Dupree is owner and founder of WayneDupree.com. He was named to 2017 Newsmax’s 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans. He served in the USAF from 1987-1995; he saw time in Operation Desert Storm/Shield. The father of three, he's the host of "The Wayne Dupree Show."