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Teacher lost DD's test & wants her to retake it - what do you think? UPDATE!
My DD was out sick the Tues. & Wed. before Thanksgiving. She missed a Spanish test. Last week she made up the test after school. Two days later the teacher told her that she had lost the test. She thought DD got 100%, couldn't be totally sure, but said because she lost it (the teacher) she would give DD 100%. Okay - sounds right - the teacher is the one that lost the test.
DD comes home today & says the teacher wants her to retake the test tomorrow after school. Here's my dillema (sp?) with the whole thing:
- the teacher lost the test and the then told DD she would give her a 100%
- after school tomorrow I was going to pick my DD's up at 2:00 & bring them home to get homework done because one DD has to be back at school at 3:30 for basketball practice. If I pick up Bball DD at 2:00 I will get home at 2:15, I will turn around to pick up test DD at 2:30, get home at 2:45, make sure older DD gets home between 3-3:15 & take bball DD back to school at 3:15 for bball practice at 3:30. So...........having her retake this test tomorrow just doesn't fit well with our schedule.
- As of right now I wrote the teacher a note saying that DD was unable to take the test after school tomorrow & also stating that I thought she already took the test after school last week.
What do you think? Do you think DD should have to retake the test over? Also, I told DD if the teacher insists she retake it then she'll have to do it in a study hall. She can't stay after the rest of the week because we have other commitments. Do you think I should question the teacher more about it or let DD handle it with the teacher herself (she is in 7th grade).
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Last edited by MELSMICE; 12-08-2004 at 02:21 PM.
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