Of course, he wouldn't get on the school bus He did get in the car and we went to school. I stayed for about 45 minutes and got to meet with the teacher, aide and social worker. Three staff for one little boy! The room was so sad - no toys, no papers, almost nothing on the wall. The teacher saw the look on my face and said that she had already asked for all the stuff for a normal school room but the last boy she had required that the room be 100% stripped of everything. She seemed happy to be able to have a more normal classroom. Tigger saw that they were suppose to start with Math today. He explained that he doesn't usually do math first and he thinks it is time for art. (what a stinker! art was an afternoon class at the old school LOL) He settled in and let me leave. Our Special Education director was there to meet us and she arranged lunch dates for him all week so that he will have peer interaction every day this week. We have another meeting on Monday to clarify all the details now that the new school's staff will have had a chance to get to know him. All my fingers are crossed!