After how many problems K had last year, most of the severe ones were social and they got worse during recess. We decided with her therapist/Advocate that this may help. Considering her diagnosis's age/social age recess seems to do nothing but harm for her. There is no one to guide her and she does not have a 1/1. We do not want this either, why? Because she is too aware at school that she is different and to have someone escorting her around during recess would be too much for her. They are developing a new social skills group for her, we will see how this goes? The one they had her in for the past 2 years was fun for her but obviously taught her very little in regards to actual actions with the real world. So our plan we proposed is for her to go to the library after she eats lunch. We do not want her to have an option, just to go. She knows she has a hard time she has asked for this herself. They hesitated a bit about her going everyday. We asked why? There really is no reason and when we looked up other schools that have this kind of thing for kids being bullied and kids who feel lonely it works really well. We even offered to come hang out with her every day if this is what it will take. They agree there is a problem but I think they are nervous because we are the first ones to ask for this. I am in the process of setting up the IEP meeting for everything and our therapist/Advocate will come also. Has anyone done this or experienced this. Our advocate has quite a few kids throughout other districts that she has done this with and she says it has worked wonders. I am thinking also until K has the tools to really understand how to be social with her peers what is the point of setting her lose on kids that are starting to bully and be mean? Until we can find her a day school that works I just need to make sure she can remain stable and have the best experience possible.