And I didn't say anything. I let the fact that I was representing the admissions department silence me, unsure of how Jennifer would want me to respond.
So now I feel like a piece of shit for not confronting him. It didn't help that Mike Camillari acted disappointed when I related the story to him (he was working desk when I took them in for lunch). According to him, my confrontation with him last year was very meaningful.
I'll get Jennifer's opinion first, but I don't plan on letting shit like that slide ever again, whether I have her blessing or not.
UPDATE: Just spoke with Jennifer, who felt that, given the dynamic, it was more appropriate not to confront. I feel better about it, but think that if I had it to do over again, I would have pulled the teacher aside and shared my thoughts with him as the kids went into lunch. Like I told Jennifer, I want to tell him, "If you're going to say shit like that, don't say you are Central alum, we don't want to claim you. Say you're from Eastern!"