I posted a while back that my DS in 3rd grade was struggling with behavior problems in school. He was getting bullied and would retaliate therefore, labeling himself the bully. We did some role playing so He could practice what to do (per the suggestions from the post). It worked. I wasn't receiving any calls from the school and He was happy. So imagine my surprise when the district child psychologist called me and said she was working on a behavior plan. I was pissed. I couldn't believe it. I had heard nothing from the school I'm two weeks. Apparently, they had called her in a couple of weeks earlier. So as she explains the behavior plan, I think, fine, let's try this. I was able to talk to DSs teacher the other day, and don't you know, it's working! As mad as I was with the school, I realized something. My children's school is fantastic! I have nephews and cousins with similar issues and their schools don't work this hard. Those kids have been expelled or ignored. My nephew must attend a school for special needs. So even though I was upset, I have to say Thank you for their tireless efforts to work with us!
What does your school do that males it great?
on Dec. 8, 2012 at 9:00 AM