I know this is a *really* dumb question to be asking at this late date, but here goes... If thank you was supposed to be in a HS class at off grounds Residential Treatment Center (RTC) school, then was moved to jr. high class, then moved to ongrounds school, then back to jr. high class, and now back to HS class... do all these moves constitute changes in placement (all were for greater than 10 days)? Meaning like perhaps a bothersome old IEP mtg should have been held prior to each move (heck, even a phone call would've been nice)? To clarify on the school - it's a therapeutic school serving community and Residential Treatment Center (RTC), run by Residential Treatment Center (RTC), that holds both jr high and HS classes, segregated by gender and by status (Residential Treatment Center (RTC) kids are not in class with- kids from the community). The ongrounds school is pretty much a catch all for the kids who are too unstable to attend off grounds. Once a change of placement occurs, the count gets reset as far as 10 days per school year, right? Thanks, ladies... my brain is atrophying (only 6 more years, max, of Special Education!!! Yippee!!!).