Hello all, As you know Kanga is in her first Residential Treatment Center (RTC) placement and I have a lot of questions. I hope that some of the more experienced parents can help me tell if this is typical of a Residential Treatment Center (RTC): 1. One staff person takes one resident out to dinner. 2. Each resident gets $110 once a month as spending money. 3. Summer school is only 2.5 hours of academics with a 10:30am lunch and a gym class to get to the advertised 4 hours. 4. My child is the only non-DCFS ward at her Residential Treatment Center (RTC). Is this bad? or irrelevant? These things all concern me 1. As a teacher we were NEVER allow to be along with a child (especially one with a history of false allegation like Kanga). 2. I feel this is setting her up, when she comes home she won't be getting $110 a month nor will she be allowed to keep most of the (inappropriate) things she has bought. 3. They are billing our school district for 4 hours of summer school, plus Kanga needs summer school and with breakfast at 8am and lunch at 10:30am, she'll never make it to a 5:30pm dinner without gorging on snacks in between, that just seems wrong.