Here's at least one report of the issue: http://www.wlwt.com/news/parents-concerned...-close/30602402
It will be a hard one to swallow, but the reality is that that school has been suffering for years. It would seem hard to run a Catholic School in a public school district which is ranked extremely high in the state.
If you can't feed your kid, then you should not be a parent. I mean really, shouldn't there be a test you have to pass to ensure you are actually capable of raising children BEFORE you have them ? The reason we're in this mess is the government got involved, and started paying the lowest common denominator to breed. Well, they've got what they wanted; an entire generation looking for a handout.