I am writing in response to your recent as well as your first request for my daughter's
(Kasi Lynch) Cheerleading uniform. I will make sure that the uniform is returned after Christmas break.
I, of all people, would know how expensive the uniforms are due to the fact that my husband
and I have paid for an entire squad uniforms in past years as a donation, but you probably were
not aware of this since you are so new to the school district.
I want to address how you treated my daughter during the football season. Kasi was extremely
sadden and upset over the way her season ended, but is well over it now with the support of her family
and true friends. I hope that when you grow-up and mature, you look back on your actions and wish
you had handled yourself in a professional manner.
Knowing your parents, I would have thought they had raised you with some compassion and
taught you to be respectful and not so demeaning towards others, but obviously they were not
Kasi has been raised to respect others and I believe she truly had attempted to do so until you
pushed her over her limit. Your bad actions caused a bad reaction from these young girls. She has
always been the one to take up for anyone being pick on. Even with Kasi's weight not being what
society classifies as ideal, she stands with pride, confidence, and has excellent self-esteem. So I would
have to disagree with what you told my daughter and say this makes her a great role model and team
I hope that you do not continue with your same attitude and place a never forgetting bad
memory on some young girl that does not have the support my daughter has had.