A few weeks ago, the Monster had his every-so-often appointment with the neuropsychologist. We got the report this week, and the wife sent it on to my email account for me to read.
Aside from my want to quote The Princess Bride at it… the report didn’t tell us anything that we didn’t already know.
Tomorrow is yet another IEP meeting, to discuss the fact that we think there are additional adjustments that need to be made to the Monster’s IEP for the 2014-2015 school year.
In the current IEP, the Monster is being transitioned back to his home school – Mount Washington – and put into a mainstreamed first grade class with some push-in and pull-out services specified. There’s a nice list of the supports he needs for success in class… but one that’s not included in the document is an aide. Continue reading
The assessment meeting finally took place this morning.
Now, setting aside that the rep from Early Learning included a FAPE meeting as part of the discussion on the “miss” of the 90 day rule, the meeting was essentially what we had expected – a discussion of the assessments that were ordered in December, coupled with placement discussions for next year and the decision on ESY services for this summer. Continue reading
As you can tell from my title, it was not a good meeting this morning.
So Baltimore City Public Schools were delayed by two hours this morning on account of the snow and ice left over from yesterday’s not-quite-a-storm. Expecting that this might wreak havoc with the meeting schedule – we had the IEP meeting at 9:30 today – I reached out to his teacher Ms. A, who in turn reached out to the interim IEP Chair to find out if we were actually going to meet today or if there’d be a rescheduling. Continue reading