About weekly, I get an email or Bloomz text from a set of parents concerning the missing homework their daughter never brought home. I keep my homework very simple: it's simply reading minutes. They're very nice about it, so parent problems isn't the issue. My question is how much of it is my responsibility to make sure the girl gets the reading minute page home. This girl is almost 9, but was kept back a year to repeat kindergarten, and is one I'm collecting data for our child assessment team. Even so, I hate to physically put the homework in her backpack for her, which Mom is offering as a suggestion. My homework passing-out procedure: I have a big pocket chart on the wall with a pouch for each student. This is where all the "home" stuff goes. I put the homework pages in there, and at the end of the day the kids pull from their pouch and put it in their backpacks. It's a good system for most kids most of the time except apparently this one girl. (I also have a nother pouch with extras plus a downloadable copy on my blog. THe parents prefer not to download as they want to teach her responsibility. I get it.) The girl empties her pouch, but I don't know where this homework goes. Should I make an exception and just stick the homework in her bag for her? SHould I give it to her directly?