I thought that I was well versed on my rights, but I would appreciate any tips or input at the 11th hour as Seb's 504 meeting is tomorrow! I am very nervous. My issue is this: I have been pushing the school to either provide or subsidise a FULL battery of tests because I am concerned that he has visual motor integration and he isn't receiving the appropriate services for it. The school says that the tests are not necessary because Seb scored in the upper 98th % in a short form IQ test they provided. In kindergarten though, Seb scored in the 1st % in a visual motor integration test. My argument is that we need to see all the subtests in a full bettery to understand where Seb needs support and how he learns. The school says this is not necssary and that he is not Learning Disability (LD). How can they say that without the right tests??? I feel that he COULD be Learning Disability (LD) despite the high IQ score-- scratch that, I feel that he IS Learning Disability (LD) and needs not only a 504. I have been saying that he has visual motor integration disorder and nobody is listening. Seb's 504 is not guarenteed -- it will be determined tomorrow. The school doesn't want to give him any further tests. isn't it within my rights to have him tested where *I* feel it is indicated? I'm fuming mad. All along I've been the nice, not too pushy mom but I'm done with that. But before I start making a fuss I want to know exactly what my rights are. Any ideas, support or advice from veterans of 504 meetings will be greatly appreciated!!!!