What's worse: finding a note sent home with your kid indicating that his nursery school has been infested with lice, or a note informing you that Lindsay Lohan will soon be performing community service there? Parents in Brooklyn's Fort Greene neighborhood are dealing with the latter after being officially informed yesterday that Lohan's court-ordered stint starts today. "Ms. Lohan has asked to return to complete her community services and may be placed in a classroom with your child," the Duffield Children Center's early-childhood education director wrote in the note. "As with any volunteer, this would be under constant supervision ... volunteers are never left alone with children."
Some parents are a bit wary: "I wonder why she chose this place," muses one. "My major concern was what will happen to my son. He's a little wild, and she's had her issues." Others, not so much: "As long as she doesn't come here under the influence, I'm fine with it," the grandma of another student tells Page Six. "I hope she comes here to do something nice for the children." If Lohan doesn't complete her community service by the deadline, she faces at least five days in jail. (Read more Lindsay Lohan stories.)