At the beginning of every school year, we get a handful of parents who want us (admin) to do their job. Case in point: there are 3 different kindergarten students who don't want to get out of their cars in the morning because they don't want to come to school. Instead of parking their car and making their child get out, they roll down their window and ask us to get the kid out of the car. Then, they get upset when we let them know that they need to park and remove the child themselves. Due to an incident that happened at another site here in my district back in August, administrators and teachers have been instructed to institute a hands-off approach when dealing with students who don't want to come to school (normally, in August/September, we have several lower grade students who kick/scream/throw tantrums). Thoughts on any of this?