We finally got the high school my 15 yo DS attends to evaluate him for an IEP at the end of last year. He didn't qualify but they did vote him in as at risk and set up a 504 plan. He is supposed to get a tutor, pre-made notes and weekly emails to me with his assignments. One of his teachers has informed me via email that she will not email assignments to me. I sent this message on to the school counselor and decided to let this settle for a little while before I act. Has anyone had a teacher refuse to participate in a 504? IF so, how did you handle the situation?
Answer by Tigrlily07 at 9:41 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
Answer by But_Mommie at 9:30 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
Answer by raemommy at 9:31 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
It's the law! She can't refuse. I would be going to the principle immediately. Don't let it set at all!
Answer by Cindy18 at 9:33 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
Answer by wellnessgirl at 9:53 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
Answer by Tigrlily07 at 9:33 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
Answer by MrsLeftlane at 9:34 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
Answer by beyondhopes at 9:35 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
Answer by Memigen at 10:27 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
Email her back a copy of his plan and a copy of the laws and copy his principle and dean.Be very ,very nice in the email.Tell her perhaps she was unaware blah blah and don.t make any threats.My niece is mildly dyslexic and every year in high school there was one obnoxious teacher. My sis was also the Asst.Prin. at a feeder elem. school and even after learning this they would continue to deny my nieces plan.Did they really think she of all people would back down.She learned after her daughters second year in H.S to copy everything from the start to the prin.and,dean it just makes compliance quicker.She didn't want special just what the plan called for.Keep and print everything!!!!!
Answer by drfink at 4:14 PM on Sep. 4, 2010