CAS driver picks up Jack from school — but which Jack?

The Children’s Aid Society (CAS) will require its drivers to ask for kids by their first and last name from now on after one driver took the wrong boy from from school for several hours. It’s a problem as old as time to neighbouring families with children of the same name. Usually the become Jack A and Jack B.  This case happened on May 2 when  a volunteer driver arrived at the office of Walter Perry Public School in Scarborough where the place was in being manned by students. He asked for the six-year-old he was looking for by first name only. The Toronto District School Board called it “a horrible case of mistaken identity.”