do I send him on the first day>? There is an iep. It is questionable in nature. I am not even certain that the copy I have is the actual copy on file at school. I have at least 3 copies of the same IEP with different info in them...from being given the wrong ones...and figuring it out by asking the SpEd director questions about things missing in my copy that were in hers... I do not know what their plan is. The director wasn't even sure, on Friday, if there even was a plan, other than what they were doing last year. The SpEd teacher won't be back until late Tuesday, at best. The idea of having a meeting on Tuesday is off. She most likely won't be back until Wednesday. I am still pretty angry about this. When wee difficult child went to the early intervention preschool, with the highly trained teachers there, he was a model student. That teacher wanted him mainstreamed with an aid "for a while". The district refused the aid 3 years ago...he was going to have to fail before they would give him the aid. I'm going to schedule a meeting with the SpedDirector and remind her of this. They have bucked me for 3 years now...and back then, we were pretty sure he would only need a part time aid for a few months to fall into the routine of school after coming out of the early intervention school... Yet, the individual that worked with him, even then, was the key...we sent him to summer school and it failed miserably. Private school worked til the 2 teachers that could work with him weren't available...then that fell apart. What more evidence do they need? (sorry, preaching to the choir, I know).