Hello again everyone... it's been along time since i've been around, but here i am again with another one of those big doozy questions... i recently moved and in doing so unknowingly moved too far from the district my oldest was in school at. She changed schools week and trouble abounds. they didnt have 2 of her courses. in order to get credit for time spent in those courses she needed to change into something different, and there lies a huge problem. they placed her in chorus, gave her 40 songs to learn, and a deadline of 2 weeks to learn it in (concert date). if it was just vocals she might not have a hard time, but there is alot of hand clapping, foot stomping, learn the beat stuff and she cant read sheet music. i went to see guidance counselor today, having already informed them that she had a 504 in place at the other school... they didnt recieve a copy of it so i went in today with what i had. heres the issue... GC says they just dont have anywhere to place her... she can drop the class and just go home early for the day (maybe!) but they have never allowed early release in the past, ever... she can apply for her GED (she turns 18 in April), but she doesnt want a GED, she really wants to earn a diploma and go to college if she can, and the third option was to go to yet another (3rd) school that didnt require elective courses in order to get a diploma. (she is already 2 credits behind, and dropping the class would make it 3) IF she goes to the 3rd school it is 40 miles away. The old school is just under 5 miles away, but transportation for *me* is a problem. without an IEP (which we had asked to be evaluated for time and time again, but by the time HS came around was told "it would take an act of congress to get") i'm not sure if we have any ground to stand on. Since this new school admittedly can't meet her needs is there any way we can get a transfer back to the old school with them supplying transportation? anyone been here before?