So, I mostly post on the General Forum, but thought I would come here to see if I can get an accurate answer. difficult child has a 504 that is not being enforced. You can check my other posts to see about that. She has terrible school anxiety to the point she cannot enter the building. She has missed many many days because of this,or is often late to school. Cognitively she is brilliant. Other than ADHD she has no learning issues except for the anxiety. Since she is cognitively "on track" would she qualify for an IEP? As I said, we cannot get them to follow her 504. We just found out that her teacher this year had no idea she had one. Until this week. GC didn't feel the need to tell them. As she was doing "OK" What I want is something that they need to be held accountable for. And, an IEP would do that. So, would her mental health issues let her have one?