>We have been instructed to pass a notebook back and forth to the school with comments and questions regarding our son. Today we asked why the case manager wasn’t at our meeting last week. The answer: “Since the meeting is administrative, and not about M’s IEP, I was told I didn’t need to be there.” Since we talked at length about the case manager, and the statements made to the Deputy Sheriff, as well as the IEP, it would have been good for her to be there to talk things out and move forward.Tweet #fighting4answrs
>Since the school thinks the blog is gone, everyone talks to me again. What exactly are they afraid of? I only post the things that happen to one of the kids on this blog, either good or bad. What is so bad about that?
I don’t much care if they like me or not. What I do care about is how they treat my kids.Tweet #fighting4answrs
>I talked with the probation officer today for M. She hasn’t gotten the police report from the incident yet – the incident happened three weeks ago. I explained that the school said the report was wrong, and that when we asked them to contact the sheriff’s office to get it corrected, the school told us it was our responsibility to get it corrected. She also told us that M is getting a new probation officer because she is no longer going to handle cases from our county. How frustrating. She thinks it is odd that the school would first state that the report is wrong, and then state that it was our responsibility to get it corrected. She didn’t think that was right.
She did say that they would be in touch as soon as the police report came in.Tweet #fighting4answrs