On the first day of school, all teachers are outside, greeting their students. Those of us without homerooms help students find their teachers, reassure parents, etc. Just before everyone entered the building, one of the grade 1 teachers came up to me with a little guy who didn't know where he needed to go. He couldn't remember his last name or what grade he was going in to or even the name of his teacher last year. I took him to the office, questioning him all the way, but all I got was a matter-of-fact, "I don't remember". He thought, however, that he was, "6, or maybe 7". We pulled out class lists, looking for the first name and trying to figure out who he was. No luck. I decided to look through his backpack, because everyone comes to school with their name on everything--right? No. Nothing labelled. We were all starting to panic, just a bit, when I opened the last pocket of the backpack and found an epi-pen and a puffer--both with his name on them! Now, who sends a grade 1 student to a brand-new school on the bus without his name prominently displayed so that we could figure out where to take the poor little darling?