Not overly impressed with her. She isn't there as an advocate for the students for sure. I didn't even get into the whole sending incomplete classwork home to be completed for a lower grade issue. It was very obvious she was adamant on this and she as much as said that if it encroached on family time then that was too bad; that sometimes there was a high price to pay for children with problems. Grrrr I did mention having R evaluated for an IEP based on emotional & behavioral issues and she agreed whole-heartedly and then went on to say that I needed a firm diagnosis from R's psychiatrist along with a letter from the psychiatrist requesting the IEP for "other health impairments". Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't need a letter from the psychiatrist do I? We have a parish child search coordinator who I can supposedly call if I feel its necessary and they'll get the ball rolling. Or do I really need a firm diagnosis? Right now we have a ton of them and psychiatrist thinks all are symptoms of a bigger, underlying, yet undiagnosed problem.