Let's say your tenth-grader forgets his lunch. So you receive a telephone call at work.
“Mom, I left my baloney sandwich on the kitchen counter,” he tells you. “Can you bring it to me, pretty please?”
So, what would you do? I’d be willing to bet a Moonpie that many parents would drop everything and rush to the school to personally deliver their little snowflake’s brown bag lunch.
But that sort of coddling is not allowed at Catholic High School for Boys in Little Rock, Arkansas. As a matter of fact – it’s outright banned.
Catholic High School prides itself on teaching reading, writing, arithmetic and problem-solving.