ok,ladys you are not going to belive this!as you all probly know,we have been trying to get rubens IEP changed from ECDD to ASD since some time after september.thats a long story so i will not get in to it now most every one knows, it is all of you that have helped me with all my questions on the IEP.so i thought i would share this,when i picked my son up from school yesterday the teacher met me at the door said she wanted to talk to me for a minute well my car was parked where it shouldnt have been (it was raining) so i told her let me go park my car and i will be in.she then said i will just walk back with you to your car as we were walking she has a pen and paper in her hand we get to my car and she says "i have the IEP here,i put a dot where you can sign" me being caught of guard and not to mention ruben screaming in my ear cause he is ready to go and it is raining on us,told her that i will take it home and look at it,im not sure if she liked that but she agreed,so i went on to say to her well shouldnt we have a meeting togeather to talk about his goals and stuff and she said "oh no we didnt change his goals everythings still the same.ok so im not sure what this is all about could it be beacuse we may be moving and this IEP should have been changed along time ago and they might get in trouble for not changeing it,or beacuse they know we are moving and they want it to say ASD so he gets what he needs in the new school im not sure we had a appt.for a metting that never happened due to teacher not being able to make it.and one more that was never conformed to me that i guess i missed.so any way if any of you think that you may have some input on this i would love to hear it!take care ladys!!!! chrystal
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