difficult child has been in prek for 8 days today. First couple of days were a little hetic for him and we had a preliminary meeting for an IEP on Wednesday of last week. The school did not feel difficult child needed any evaluation since he was doing so well. Ok, only been in school 3 days then. I insisted on the IEP meeting and an evaluation due to the fact he has bipolar, adhd, sensory issues and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD). They wanted to observe him for a few weeks like they all say and go from there. I put up enough of a fight that they scheduled an IEP to evaluate him for Occupational Therapist (OT) for the sensory issues. On Mondy I sent a letter to the director of SE requesting the full inital evaluation. Today when I picked difficult child up from school, teacher says he is just perfect and so sweet! GREAT! I can't tell you how happy I am for this to happen. Looks like he has stabilized and is doing well. Or....we are cycling into a good time. I don't know. My question is, now the school probably thinks I am totally nuts. I absolutely insisted he had problems, took notes from psychiatrist that requested classroom accomodations for him, gave them print outs of information.. the whole 9 yards. difficult child picked this week to be good. Tomorrow at our meeting I know they are really going to give me a hard time about this evaluation since I'm sure they think he is perfectly normal from what they have seen so far. I'm afraid if I back down and don't ask for the evaluation that when/if difficult child goes "wacko" on them that we will have to start all over. They may have the laws on their side as far as I know and don't have to do any evaluation at all. I am totally at a loss here.