On May 31 I attended the awards presentation at Creswell High School. I knew my granddaughter Madison Marrs had a grade point average that qualified her for a silver cord. Her name was not called when the silver cords were handed out. On Friday, June 1 she inquired as to why she hadn’t received her silver cord. She was told it was possibly because of her learning disability, but they would check.
The following week she was told she should have gotten a cord. One had not been ordered for her, but they would get one. The . . .