I am trying to do ALL I can so I have a leg to stand on when school starts in Fall. My son will be repeating Kinder and I don't want a 'repeat' of last year. As it is, he was recommended for a reading summer school class which they nearly suspended him from twice and finally I got a personal letter from the principal telling me he needs to understand the consequences of his behavior and that he may be kicked out if he does not 'consistenly comply'. Reasons stated were: unable to sit still or stay seated, touching people, rolling around under his desk. While these things are very distracting, he still deserves to learn. Does anyone know if his IEP still stands during SUmmer SChool? His summer school teacher is not interested in reading it. And, the principal ( who has been at each IEP is well aware of his condition and still wrote this letter ) I am confused. It is like she is unaware of what he struggles with, shouldn't she have offered an alternative? Or, heres a thought, how about not recommending him for a class that does not support his needs and that he is bound to fail in???????
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