any given weekday morning, rain or shine, you could find Wade Rouse
in the carpool lane of Tate Academy helping to direct traffic,
usher kids into school and placate the concerns of parents. Rouse
was not a crossing guard or even a teacher, but the director of
publicity at the prestigious mid-western school.
In his latest memoir, CONFESSIONS OF A PREP SCHOOL MOMMY HANDLER,
the author of AMERICA'S BOY recounts his life at the beck and call
of a few of the super rich and snobby mothers of Tate