This isn't huge in the grand scheme of things, but she's done good. Duckie has been excused from gym class for just over a week until her asthma is under a little more control. She gets delivered to the school library during gym (every other day) along with her classmate that broke both her arms the day before Duckie was diagnosis'd. B is out of gym for a total of six weeks, while Duckie is out for two. They both are responsible for additional classwork (book report) for every two weeks. Duckie is being very helpful to B, carrying books and opening doors. B's temporary aide supervises the girls. Duckie chose a book on soccer, read it in one class, made a "sloppy copy" of her book report the next class and made a final copy the next class. She's done fully three classes ahead of schedule! And her teacher has noticed a big change in Duckie too. Duckie had lost a ton of free time at the beginning of the school, mostly for talking and fooling around in line, etc. Nothing too serious, but she needed to get it together. And she has gotten it together over the last few weeks... she's been quiet and appropriate in class, helpful to her teacher and the other students, setting a good example for the younger kids and taking on more responsibility. Her teacher stopped Duckie before leaving for the day and told her she was very proud of the changes Duckie has made. I am too.