It needs help. Lots of help. But I am just exhausted at the moment. Can you guide me to a better letter? Dear Superintendent; As I am sure you are aware, Wee has had two incidents at school in the past two weeks. After the first incident, police involvement was threatened. After the second, he was reported to the juvenile authorities, and it was made very clear that another incident would likely result in Wee being taken in. In the reports detailing both incidents, none of the interventions discussed and written into his IEP were utilized. Without appropriate intervention, as evidenced in these reports, there will be another incident. I can not, in good faith, return Wee to school knowing that inevitably he will be turned in to the juvenile justice system instead of getting the help and intervention he needs at school. I realize and understand that Wee is a difficult child. He has multiple diagnoses that, individually, are challenging; he has them combined. I live with him. I know. His difficulties do not exist only within the school. But he needs help; not a criminal record. I have tried to help the district and remain open and willing to help in any way I can, but until an appropriate placement is secured for him, one that is not threatening police intervention, I can not send him to school for fear that instead of being helped, he will be handcuffed and hauled in, a scenario which will be severely damaging to him. I expect you will need to address his educational needs in the interim while finding or resolving this issue. Please call me to discuss what can be done. I have attached his IEP and my reponse to it, and the incident reports, both as recorded on the data sheets and as reported to me, for your reference.