Dear Mr. Cosby,
I wrote you a letter about a woman I know named Trina. Here is an update.
The school year is starting. A mutual friend told her when her children have to be in school, what supplies were needed, and other information about the school Trina's children will attend.
The mutual friend's children go to different schools in another school district from Trina.
It appears that Trina's children are not at the stage of development they should be at for their age. They know their names but don't know how to spell their names. They don't know the alphabet. They can't count past 20.
But my friend continues to try to help Trina, even though Trina is more interested in other things.
Do you have any suggestions Mr. Cosby?