Didn't know if this was worth it's on thread, if you think it is, I'll make one.
At school on Friday the students were allowed to dress up, and there is a costume contest at the end of the day.
The assistant principal and I were talking about costumes when he mentioned there was a 6th grader dressed as furniture. He finally told me she was a night stand.
I was shocked. I explained to him that it meant "one night stand" and she should not be allowed to be in the contest. I told him it wasn't my decision to decide how to handle her (I had never seen this student before, don't know anything about her) but I didn't think she should be allowed to be in the contest.
Nevertheless, she was in for "funniest" and surprise surprise won. I mentioned to him afterward, of course she won the kids know what it means.
What would you do if you were in my shoes? Should I send him the link of the actual costume (hers was home made not store bought) to prevent this from happening in the future? Or do I just stay out of it?
Kids will obviously try to push the limits. My guess is the parents of this girl don't know what it stands for.
Thanks for your help, sorry it's so long.