Parents and guardians blast a preschool teacher for the note she sent home with students. They call the letter inappropriate.
The teacher wrote, "Several children in Pre-K ages 3-4 are coming to school (sometimes daily) with soiled stained or dirty clothes. Some give off unpleasant smells..."
And also said, "It makes it difficult for me to be close to them."
Their loved ones complain that it's teaching these kids nothing, but hatred.
"She's teaching the kids how to segregate other kids. You're showing how to outnumber another child," said Grandmother Kimberely Wells. "That could've been handled. She could've called the parents on the phone. She could've had a meeting at the school face-to-face."
Superintendent Pamela Brown didn't read the letter, but thinks it's important the schools always shows respect for its children and its families. She did not comment any further.