Tuesday, April 26, 2011

I called the school that I believed my daughter's birthfather had probably went to school at and they have all the yearbook but they won't let anyone look at them because it's an invasion of privacy. If it's such of an invasion of privacy then why are they even saving them? Why not just have a big bon fire or something? I am so mad. I think that the answers to what I am looking for is in that school.

How can the books be at the public library? Isn't that an invasion too?

My only other options is to look the the middle school year books that students who went to that high school were most likely to have come from. Will I actually even be able to pick him out from when he was a 7th or 8th grader?

I guess I will call the public library and see if they have those books. I was so close but now I am so far away.

Just for the record, when I been blogging about her birthfather and the details, I have used real names in case this is ever seen by the right people.

Edited.. I just emailed the principal and spilled my guts so lets see if they will reconsider my plea.


Wendy said...

I don't understand why looking at yearbooks would be an invasion of privacy. That makes no sense - maybe I'm missing something? Isn't anyone allowed to look at the yearbooks since they have them in the library?

I hope talking to the principal helps.

birthmothertalks said...

I don't get it either. I have emailed two principals and no answer from either one of them. I guess my only next and last step would contact the district of the school.