I know it's not, but sure makes you wonder. The school evaluation was today. They used all the private testings (since they are so recent) and also conducted the CELF preschool 2 for speech. The private testing do not qualify him for anything (not enough delay: 2 variations below or 1.5 in 2 areas is NC standard). On the CELF, V scored about 96 and 98 in all areas of language. So at this point: does not qualify. Everyone signed and I said I needed to talk to husband and therapists about everything before signing or agreeing to anything. But I really don't believe I can do anything at this point. If nothing shows on the testing... what can I say? If our private testings don't fall below State standard for intervention, what can I say? That does not invalidate what husband and I see at home. But school is not proactive, it is reactive. We might have to send V to Kindergarten and just cross our fingers that everything will be fine. The team kept on telling me that he will do just fine. I did not want to get into an argument about the future. Nobody knows because we don't have a crystal ball. All I said is that I hoped so but I would not be here today if I believed it. This was the team for pre-k, so whatever happens next year: the team might be a bit different (although I believe Occupational Therapist (OT), speech and psychiatric will be the same). As far the use of an FM system: they thought it would be really good to try and I should be able to obtain a trial with a simple request (since Auditory Processing Disorders (APD) report supports it). The school Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) said it will also help narrow down what the problem is: processing/Auditory Processing Disorders (APD) or attention issues as FM system only makes attention issues worse. I guess, my question is: what would you do?