Is this the same district that sent Saul Epstein home with an account number stamped onto his forearm?
Id understand if you forget to get a permission slip signed for a field trip, and notes, calls, texts aren't returned and they tied a note to him or pinned a note to her jacket,etc.
I'd understand a note pinned to a kid if the account was delinquent and all means we're exhausted. I don't see the point of a stamp.
If they all get stamps then it isn't really poor shaming, but it's frigging stupid to stamp a kid when a pinned note would do the trick.
Ask the teachers...there are horribly uninvolved parents that think grammar school is daycare. They don't look through their kids book bag or read notes sent home.
Stamping is bad form, IMO. A note clipped to a kid not so much.