Putting aside all of the heartbreaking events from the first part of this week, Lizze and I had to focus our attention elsewhere today. Unfortunately, it wasn’t anything super fun.
We spent the late morning, early afternoon knee deep in IEP meetings. You heard me right. Meetings, as in more than one. O_o
It’s not as bad as it sounds. IEP meetings at my kids school are a breeze compared to our experience with the public school system.… Read More
Gavin was seen by the doctor, who really took her time and made sure she had a grasp on all that is Gavin. She ordered a chest x-ray and throat culture. He’s lung sounds were clear but she just wanted to be sure, due to his history.
The good news is that his lungs are clean and the strep test came back negative. … Read More
I’m going to make this quick because I’m really tired but I promised I’d post this, so here it goes..
I already shared my take away from Tuesday’s IEP meeting so if you missed that, look here.
Basically, we are not going to abolish Elliott’s homework as I was so determined to initially and here’s why.
Upon everyone sitting down and looking at the whole picture, current grades and the quality of work he’s churning out at school, there’s no question as to whether or not he’s physically capable of doing the work.
There’s a plethora of reasons that he’s been struggling with homework at home, most of them emotional in nature.… Read More
The meeting has come and gone. It was one of those meetings where I went into it with a certain attitude and walked out of it with a different one.
It was Dr. Pattie, the boy’s Mom (via phone), IEP Coordinator, both teachers and myself at the meeting this afternoon.
The long and short of things is that Elliott’s actually doing really well in school academically. The interm report was sent and was reflecting issues as a result of him being sick for a week..… Read More
Just finished up my IEP meeting for the day and I can safely say that my brain is fried. I’ll explain what happened later on in the day but for now, everything went well.
There are a few things that need to be noted but I’ll explain later.
I’m going walking to clear my cluttered head.