First question: Can you have a positive behavorial support plan without an IEP? If not can you have it with a 504? The CARE team has met(post not eligibility meeting) due to some circumstances which involve behavior however it appears it also stems from my daughters Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). My husband was at this lengthy meeting coming up with a plan for extended due dates, working with the counselor when unable to do an assignment not to say NO but to stay I would like to bring this home for homework. We are in the process of getting an IEE but waiting for the report to come to us(should be anyday now, its done and being mailed). There were suggestions given by the counselor and the psychologist. It would appear to me if she is being removed from class for behavior with her diagnosis of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) she would qualify but they say not that part is just behavior and will follow policy go to office, miss recess ect... at what point (this is without the IEE) would the school consider her eligable for an IEP(by the way, she is very bright and doesn't need to study much to still Ace a test) The teacher is supported by the principal, we can not get her moved to another class. 2 days ago my daughter ended up in the bathroom in a corner crying. The teacher said she thought she was blowing her nose. My daughter said she cried 5 times that day. The teacher started out by telling my daughter "Your dad says you can't work with these 2 girls on projects" so NOT true. My husband told her he never said this and she said it was miscommunication. Then she told one of the other girls she needs to make new friends and my daughter was "pulling her down", later my daughter signed out per policy to go to the bathroom and the other girls followed her in, the teacher came in, other teachers, the counselor, my daughter ended up in the corner crying. One girl said her teacher said "I can't believe she is in the corner" and later told us she didn't know she was crying. I am not sure where to go from here. Yes when she feels pushed into a corner about work she says NO and the counselor is supposed to work with her however it has already happened today, the principal talked to her with her dad and it will not go on her record this time but future times will and will result in missed recesses ect... when my daughter feels she cannot do things right she sets herself up to fail and it becomes a viscous circle. She sees a therapist but there is only so much can be achieved during these sessions in the evening. Any advice?