Today was our first day back to school after a week off for fall break.
At 5:55 am I received an email from a parent (kid is in my homeroom but has been moved into Mrs. Eagle's inclusion class). The parent wants to let me know that Baseball Boy did not do his worksheets over break because the log in and password I gave him for the online book was wrong. (More likely, since I cut and paste this information from the textbook website, someone wrote the information down wrong, but hey, who's being picky here.)
It is obviously my fault that he didn't bring home his book and he didn't have the correct information to access his online book.
However...the parent and Baseball Boy have had all week - ten days to be precise - to email me to get the correct information. However, Baseball Mom waited until about an hour and a half before school started back up to inform me of my obvious error. I would bet that Baseball Boy pulled the work out of his backpack sometime late the night before. Or more likely, mom went through the backpack and found the worksheets.
I copied Mrs. Eagle on the email, again cut and pasted the correct information for the online book, and mentioned, without being too snarky, that I wish she had emailed me sooner during the week as I would have been glad to assist her with her problem.
What a great freaking way to start the new nine weeks.
However, I did, I suppose, get the last laugh. Mr. Eagle copied me on the email she sent to Baseball Boy's mom informing her that she didn't assign any worksheets to do over break, that those worksheets, in fact, were due PRIOR to break and she has already finalized grades.