The school cop talked to the principal. Three times, at least. He is making calls to the alternative school on our behalf. He has even seen this school do assessments for outside district students.... Principal never filed a report with him regarding the assault, so she was either blowing smoke, or he talked her out of it by telling her it would accomplish nothing. Not sure which. Don't really care. He has set up a meeting with her again tomorrow.Talked to the advocates. They are chomping at the bit to go to due process. They do not want me to send Wee back to school. I am on the fence about that. We are sitting at 13 days out. 2 more gives me educational neglect, which really doesn't scare me much.Talked to the case manager. The one advocate has quite a history of liking the fight, so she is supporting me in tempering their drive to go to due process. (tho we are close....don't take me wrong)I called the outside agency that was supposed to have been in and doing an FBA because no one at school would get back to me about it. They have not been in yet, and no date is scheduled. I wrote an email to the SpEd Director and told her that this was agreed upon in the IEP meeting and we were told they would be on board as soon ass WEe was in school. This, again, is not acceptable, and this needs to be a priority. She responded to me that she would contact them today to get that scheduled, after the attorney talked to her.And the attorney called me and asked to talk. I said sure (sorry guys, I just really feel this guy wants the school to comply...I could be wrong...but I think he can hold their feet to the fire in this). He told me that he had contacted the school. He said he reminded them that they needed to use discretion and take the context of any incidents into consideration in the future before they remove him from school. He told me he totally agreed with me that the outside agency should be in place for the FBA, and that he told them he wanted it scheduled by the beginning of the week, and results should be available by 3 weeks after they start. He was not aware of the statement of police involvement, and told me he did not think that was appropriate in this situation, and would address that, also. He said that he felt obligated to remind me that he still worked for the school district, but agreed that he and i have a common goal, and that was getting the district to implement a plan that educates Wee and follows the law to do so. He genuinely thanked me for calling, said it was a pleasant suprise that doesn't happen often, and he enjoys the chance to talk with me, and said he would be in contact with me in the next day or so with what I can expect from future behavioral incidents. So I think it was productive, and I don't think much was said that could be very damaging. Who knows. I could be wrong. I jsut went with my gut.As for school, Wee desperately wants to go back tomorrow. Its homecoming. I will put in writing what is all WRONG with this whole situation, that I expect the SpEd teacher's plan to be implemented in the future, and that WEe will not be punished for adults' screw ups going forward. The principal and SpEd Dir are aware of ALL of the people I have contacted in response to this, as most of them have, in turn, contacted the school today, also. I spent the day today working with Wee, if a situation goes south at school, sit on your hands and start yelling "I want SpEd Teacher!"; He has it down pretty good, so I will probably send him. I have some hope in the SpEd teacher, and Wee likes her. A lot. If he didn't want to go, I would keep him home in a heartbeat. Maybe I'm wrong, but that's what I'm doing.So anyway, that's what has taken place thus far.