I am SO upset right now I could scream. The $%^&% School district did a speech screening (like agreed) and here is what they have to say: "He did very well on the screening. The results indicated age appropriate articulation/phonological skills and receptive and expressive skills. No further testing was recommended by the speech therapist. She also discussed concerns with his teacher and the teachers also indicated no concerns. " Now to refresh everyone's memory: V is in speech therapy though private agency for expressive and processing issues. His therapist was hopeful the school would help him (I wasn't...) and said a few weeks ago "any qualified person would see something is wrong with V". And believe me, therapy is NOT easy for V. He talks in broken sentences, can't recall heard information, etc. I also have a written statement from one of his teacher saying that he has a speech problem ("broken speech, uses single words instead of whole sentences"). But I'm sure the school district talk to the idiot teacher (she is hopeless and I will spare you the million examples I have of her incompetence). Those "findings" were shared with me by e-mail this morning. I need to say I DO NOT AGREE! Should I e-mail back and requested for the district to pay for private evaluation? Should I send a certified letter? I also thought of hiring Sweet Pea's Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) to evaluate V and have TWO reports stating that there is a problem. It would be 2 against one. I can't mess this up. V's school future is at stake and the school is obviously not going to help me.