You may remember about two months ago the school requested a facilitated IEP. I am not going to include the whole document, just parts that I need to rebut. This will allow me to develop a response when I file our request for Mediation. I will also file a request for Due Process hearing at the same time. In addition, we will be filing our complaint against the district at the same time. The school lists a summary of preceding events. I will post them as they are listed and then respond with links to specific sections of my blog that address those events more thoroughly. I substituted the name of the school district with Home District and the students name with Student as necessary. I also substituted the name of the residential facilities as needed. I apologize for any confusion that arises from said substitution. =========================== Summary of Preceding
Greetings from the desk of me. As part of Lupus Awareness month, I thought I would talk about my good friend Malar Rash. You may know her. Now some might say that guys don’t have to live with Malar Rash. I am here to tell you differently. What exactly is the Malar Rash? She is a like a sunburn in appearance. She rests her weary wings upon your cheeks and uses the bridge of your nose as a center point. When people look at you they will ask if you aren’t feeling well, or if you have received too much sun. Rest assured, the case can be either one, neither or both. If you are like me, you wish that the rash was a result of a too much outdoor activity without benefit of sunblock. Sadly this is rarely the case. Sure, our bodies are sensitive to sun exposure. The
My 10 year old would give Houdini a run for his money in the magic disappearance category. What is spooky about it is when he goes into a room you can tell that he is cataloging the contents of the room. Determining thos items that he can take. It isn’t suspicion that makes me think this. I have seen him do it. Then when he fixates on something, that item disappears as quick as you can blink your eye. The item might be of little to no value, and it might be expensive, it doesn’t matter, once he sets his mind to it, that item becomes his, or at least he thinks it does. What makes a person think that way? His therapist claims that he knows right from wrong, because he knows that we will search him and he puts things in places where he knows we won’t search.