Yes. They can simply tell those idiotic parents that it is a home matter and not a school matter. The problem is they are bowing to one parent over another where they have no business. I see the problem with some schools of not using simple logic.<quoted text>
I agree but you would not believe the parents who take stuff that happens outside of school to our prin/district, thinking we should conrol all kids' behavior based on that.
Schools can't win.
"Sorry ma'am that you are going through this with your son but this sounds to me like a parental matter. I suggest you take it up with the other parent."
That's all they had to say.