Tink came out of school yesterday, got in the car, and burst into tears. When I got her calmed down enough to talk, she explained to me what had happened. Apparently, yesterday was red lollypop day because this is say no to drugs week. Every day has something red in it, yesterday was the sucker. At some point during the day, one of the teachers put a sucker in each of the kid's mailboxes. When it was time to go, the kids got their belongings from their mailboxes. Tink found that she had 2 suckers in her mailbox. Now, I never got out of her if there were names on them or not, but somehow it was determined that one of those suckers belonged to another little boy in the class, "D". The teacher returned the sucker to D, and assumed that Tink had taken his sucker from his mailbox. So she took Tink's sucker from her! Tink said that she tried to explain herself to the teacher, that her mailbox had 2 suckers in it, but she would not listen. Tink was in tears, she claims because she did not get a sucker, but I think more because she was embarrassed by the whole thing. After she calmed down, not another word was said about it. She is transferring schools after next week. Should I have said something to the teacher? What would you guys have done? I usually let things like this slide.