Thursday he got up and dressed for his baseball mini camp, went to pre-school and told his friends about it, and then after school, my daughter gets ready to take him, but first gets a voice mail, just a few hours before it saying Class was cancelled due to low enrollment.
My daughter did not tell him early, but waited until that day to be sure that class was planned. Getting a call a few hours before class is INCONSIDERATE to children. They knew the enrollment was low before that day. They need to have the consideration to call ATLEAST 48 hours early.
Then this is not all, he was also signed up to go to Mini Sports on Saturday morning. She never got a cancellation call for that, so she took him down to that class on Saturday morning, hoping to let him have some class time finally, and what happens, this time, he is there ready for fun, and the find a hand written note on the door saying that the class was cancelled due to low enrollment. Four families showed up for this and find a note, no call, just a note after they all prepare their children and dress them for class.
THIS IS RUDE AND inconsiderate twice that I know of in one week.
Watch out everyone when you work with the city for kids classes.
They don't have any consideration for people.
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