i have some really great exciting news and wanted to share. i recently moved to a new city i hated my sons preschool the iep's felt like a war zone i had to fight to be heard plus his goals were not nearly hard enough even after i spoke up and got them rewriten they gave him limited services and used wording in the iep to find loophole so they could limit his speech! the final straw was eli got punched by a friend at school and came home with a good sized black bruise! the bus ride is only 5 mins so i know it must have looked that bad at school! the teacher gave me different storys each time i talked to her and didnt apoligize! she was rude and unprofessional! plus a week before this they changed him to a new class and didnt inform me! the times were different! anyways the good news. i love love love his new school! the teachers and support staff are super great! they are happy to work with my son and open to my suggestions! allready in 2 months i feel they get my son better than the school he went to for 1 1/2 years! i am so happy with this new school even if i had to move over 100 miles to find it there dad still lives in old town so it is an agustment but totally worth it! he is happy And well adjusted and loves his class. YEAH!!
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