Over the last week I had some conversations with the state ed attorney adovocate and learned that some of what i had been told was all so untrue. I have the list of documents to submit and am advised to hold off on the form to re-evaluation until he looks at those first. Meanwhile I am going to meet the teachers who all like my son. he is not a behavior issue these days for them. Accept the things that he "should, could, ought have" and other points all of which continue to center on focus and production of work...ie, the behavior that does not interfer with a classroom, the behavior that is part and parcel with the diagnosis. The trassition beyond high shcool iep services that were cut away from him and other iep teens by the school under the false directive from the doe when they cut iep last year are a problem now as well. I want to say that as a parent who has been "on Team" now in all these years and also attended and called dozens of meetings I am as fed up with this. It is not that complex to just give a student the support they need. The iep system is offering what the do need to offer and when they can not the state ed att should be at a special meeting asap and get these impleimented. A childs education is not a crapshoot.