Dear Matzav Editor,
I am in tears for a friend of mine.
Her daughter is a twelfth grader at [Removed] Girls School located in [Removed]. They had their graduation this week. The principal told the girls that the diplomas will be given out the next day, meaning not at the graduation.
One of the excited girls went to pick up her diploma after studying for the finals and all. To her surprise, when she opened the envelope, she saw a letter stating: “We are sorry that we cannot give you your diploma, because your mother has an unfiltered iPhone.”
Can any Matzav readers explain what this girl is supposed to do?
1) Is this girl responsible for her parents’ conduct?
2) Does a school have to break a child into pieces?
3) When will people realize how to deal with situations such as these and not involve innocent children in the process?