We are all looking at each other. Do the behavior last or will she turn back into her old ways? At the present time we don't know and I have been exploring options. Our local school system have very few options. Our neighborhood and our economy still suffers from the hurricane. A lot of buildings have never been fixed. So the option of a private school could be a solution, but here is the catch. We have to sue every single step of the way to get our expenses reimbursed. At the local school district they claim they have options, but the problem is really not there. It is the peers within the school and they are on the constant lookout for drugs in the classes. Whenever a private school is founded various watch-organizations wants to shut them down. It happened with our local Residential Treatment Center (RTC) here in Lucedale, which was a wonderful boys school and the girls school over in Petal. When I was looking for court cases where parents have sued for reimbursement, I found yet another article in Time Magazine about an old school with a good reputation run by one of the largest firms in the country under fire. http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1891082-2,00.html I wonder if we parents will run out of options at one point and have to settled with our prison system. We have almost no money for a lengthy case in court. If we choose a private school and loose the case we will be loosing everything.