Like, I don't know how to say what I want to say. So, what's happening is, my 5 year old daughter was super eager to do school (she's doing virtual) and she raised her hand for every question. I understand there are 20 kids in the class, WHICH IS RIDICULOUS. But, anyway, after 2 months of never getting called on, she never raises her hand anymore. She'll tell me the right answer, and I'll say "raise your hand. Tell the teacher." and she simply goes "no". And logs off her class! I tried messaging the teacher and teacher goes "she's doing great! I'm so glad to have her in my class". Like, never addressing my concerns, so I called the school to complain. They told me to email the principal and here we are. I honestly feel like, it's no one but the school districts fault. Setting up the virtual classes so big, for a kindergarten class. Like, I remember being in kindergarten and we had 10 kids in the class. I don't know what they can do to make a difference, I don't want to Karen, and be like 'my kid's special, call on her more!' I mean to say I feel nervous they will think I am trying to pull something like that. I made bullet points to bring up all my concerns, just like, am I doing the right thing? I don't want it to seem like I'm just bitching to them, when there is nothing they can do. I just need someone to tell me that I'm doing the right thing. I'm afraid I'm going to be so nervous. Also, I wanted to bring up that my daughter has not learned anything new since they are going over shit she learned when she was 1 years old with 5 years old. My kid is like, "mom, I know all this! I'm logging off".