Theme week: Back to school
Yesterday I wrote about a post about my son's rather unusual public school career in the semi-special educational system. He's only in the third grade and already has been assigned to most of the elementary schools in our mid-sized district. It's not that he's that difficult to educate and that no one wants him. On the contrary, a lot of his teachers really like my boy as he makes them laugh and is enthusiastic and fun when he isn't being overwhelmed or headstrong.
Anyway, my son just got caught up in some major organizational switches. See his crazy school timeline here.
Here's his future timeline as will be probably suggested by the IEP team unless he gets caught in another switch or if we decide to go to a charter school, opt for homeschooling or move.
Fourth grade: Pullen Elementary School where he'd only be for one year.
Fifth and Six Grades: Fancher Elementary School
Seventh and Eighth Grades: West Intermediate School
Ninth to Twelfth Grade: Will they suggest the technical school, the alternative high school or the regular high school? Or will they suggest all three at different points of his high school career. I wouldn't say that is an impossibility. At this point, I wouldn't be surprised...