100 PERCENT PERFECTION.....by
At the end of this week, we are having our annual ARD (Admissions, Review and Dismissal) meeting for our 10-year-old son Patrick. He is being withdrawn from Special Education
Services that he has been in since he was 3
Dr. Indian Medic ..
A pt of mixed malaria suddenly went into respiratorydistress and an absolutely clear chest turned into the one above.
Snippet – death threatsby
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“Why you ard be bring dat fing of danger to my life in here?”
“Dat blue plastic danger wiv dah white handle.”
“Oh. It’s a bucket. A big bucket......... with
I am not the most religious. I struggle to attend mass regularly. Maybe it's because I was force fed religion (specifically Catholicism) every day in private schools from Kindergarten through my senior year of high school. I
So I interpreted that wrongby
The calling of an ARD was not to admit him into the program, but to dismiss him.
Although every other professional that works with him--his pediatrician, neurologist, occupational therapists, speech therapist--have done scr
Charlie's getting helpby
We haven't had his ARD yet, but they finished his evaluations today. One of the members of the team stopped by my classroom to tell me
*Charlie is adorable and she wishes she could take him home
*Charlie is very busy and
Tomorrow, I meet with Team Charlie. Sure, it has an official name, ARD Committee, but I like my name better. As I was prepping sub plans (movies, movies and more movies) for tomorrow, something hit me. For nearly 3 years, I'