I work in a high school that has a very specific population. Our school's seniors make and sell pizzas as a fundraiser about 6 times during the year for their end-of-the-year trip. The 8th graders at the elementary school that is also for this same population also does pizza for their end-of-the-year trip, but they do lunches and only do 4 a year. This year, the two schedules had 2 conflicts of dates on them. Our seniors immediately said they'd give up the one date, but not the second date because the second date is Super Bowl Sunday and they are hoping that will help their sales, as well as a few other reasons. The elementary school claims they can't move their date either. Our seniors are basically like 'well, we'll probably lose some sales, but hopefully we'll make it up because of the date, and that is life.' The elementary school is upset that we won't move our date at all. So, basically, we were expected to cancel both our dates and they don't have to do anything. Did I mention I'm on the board of that elementary school (this is my 4th 2 year term and my 2nd term as an officer) and we have a board meeting tonight? I'm planning on politely pointing out to the principal how unhappy I am with how this is being handled by the elementary school. It isn't the principal I've been dealing with, but this does reflect badly on the school.