I just received this email from Maddy's counselor:

I was hoping to get together with you to discuss your concerns with regard to Madison’s health .I would like a better understanding of her condition and your concerns. If a that time we believe the 504 is the best way to go. Then if we think a 504 is required we will have to meet with all of Madison’s teachers ,the nurse, the school psychologist and myself. This will have to be a 3:15 meeting because all of the teachers have different preps. Let me know a good time to just get together. I am here until 3:40 bun will stay later if I need to.


Is this cool? Or should I push for the 504 even if she doesn't think its necessary? Help?

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Comment by Christina Luis on January 30, 2009 at 1:36pm
I have an appointment with on MOnday at 3:20.
Comment by debb on January 31, 2009 at 7:01am
i hope everything works out for maddy. at least this is a start. i don't have kids but from what i've read the 504 sounds good. hope they will go with it.

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