Don't worry, I don't know who you are and I probably never will since a large portion of the student body of your school appear to be cast members from Lord of the Flies. Really, you all look like a bunch of ne'er do wells and savages to me.
I have to say I was pretty pissed when the boy called me at home to tell me his lunch had been stolen and to ask permission to borrow money from the front office to buy school lunch. The boy is picky. He didn't eat well that day. Then I started thinking that you were probably some eighth grade douche bag just picking on my kid. Who steals a lunch box with someone else's name embroidered on the front? Especially when the name is "Monty." I mean, I know for a fact that's not your name. He's the only Monty there!
But it's no matter now. The lunchbox was found. Of course most of the food was gone (as you well know), but thanks for leaving the Tupperware. We re-use all that stuff. I have some questions for you though. I noticed you ate the peanut butter crackers, the granola bar, the fruit cup, and the apple, yet you left the cookies. Are you diabetic? Or could you just tell that they were knock off Oreo's and you weren't interested? I'm sorry, but Nabisco just isn't in my budget right now. Frankly neither is charity, but I didn't really have much say in the matter now did I?
Anyway, I'm glad you had a decent meal. You obviously felt you needed it. And really, deep down there is a part of me that's a little bit excited that somewhere out there exists a kid that not only wants to eat the lunches I pack, but will risk getting into trouble to do so. So thanks for that. Usually I get complaints like,"What the heck?! Two fruits?!" So yeah, I'm glad you at least enjoyed the fruit. Oh, and FYI, that apple was organic.
P.S. Sadly for you, my son only has a few more weeks left at your school. So you should probably start scoping out new lunch providers.