That is the question! V is in in preschool within Head Start. Last August, he did not qualify for an IEP. According to school evaluation, he did not have 30% delay in one area or 25% in two areas. He seemed to be about 6months behind in most areas, but just not enough. They also said to call them if we end up with an Asperger's diagnosis. Well, we now have an sensory processing disorder (SPD) diagnosis. And since there is an other preschool class in the elementary school with a highly qualified teacher (perschool, KG and Special Education credentials), i called the Special Education director on Monday. She did not call me back and probably won't. In the mean time, my feeling about V's current pre'k teacher was confirmed today: never read V's Occupational Therapist (OT) evaluation, still did not know that the onference she attending tomorrow is about sensory processing disorder (SPD) (I'm going as well!) and to top it off: I asked her if she read "the out of sync child" from Carol Kranowitz who will be talking at the conference tomorrow, she replied that she just don't have time... I said that I just finished it and hopefully that will help with the conference tomorrow (I'm smilling being very light about it). She then replies that I have more time on my hands than she does!What???? I stopped smiling and just replied that I work as well. He answer was "oh..." What the H...??? I have 3 kids including a special need one, a business to run and a husband on the road. But yeah, I have plenty of time!!!! GRRRR. I just finished the conversation with a big smile and said that I read it because I have a strong interest about it since my son is affected. So, yeah, nothing to hope from that teacher.... she is clueless about V's issue and will not take the time/effort to learn. Now, should I be pushy and try to obtain an IEP for V so he can join the specail ed pre'k class and potentially make an ennemy of the Special Education director? OR just let it go for this year and arm myself for Kindergarten next year (that would mean launching the process in March and retest and all the good stuff)??? FYI: V is on a shorter day schedule right now because he could not handle a whole day. Since that, he tells me he likes school and does have tantrums in the morning or before going to bed (he was that upset about going to school).