Jesse Michener is upset with Point Defiance Elementary School in Tacoma, Washington . . . because they let two of her daughters get severely sunburned.
--The school had a field day on Tuesday. Students spent most of the day outside, but school policy prevented the kids from getting any protection from the SUN.
--Teachers aren't allowed to put sunscreen on students, and students aren't allowed to put it on themselves . . . unless they have a NOTE from their DOCTOR. Parents are supposed to put sunscreen on the kids before sending them to school.
--The thing is, one of the girls already HAD a note from the doctor. It didn't give her permission to use sunscreen, but it documented the fact that she had a type of albinism.
--The girls ended up getting burned so badly on their faces and arms that they had to go to the hospital that night and miss school the next day.