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*leans*

After an incredibly busy weekend (out of town guest, hosted a party, yadda yadda) I am ready to curl up in a ball and sleep. But instead I need to get cleaned up and go to some important meetings.

LIKE MY SON'S FINAL ARD FOREVER. No more IEP meetings, no more paperwork for public school, no more freaking ARD MEETINGS after today, WHOO HOO!! (Those of you with SpEd kids/kids with IEPs can appreciate my joy, I'm sure.) Then another meeting that should be quick and painless, and then BACK HOME WHERE I WILL SIT AND DO NOTHING.

It's all tremendously exciting. I have tv to catch up on! I did manage to watch The Walking Dead (of course) and get my recap up - I LOVED IT, FAIR WARNING.

Also up for you, if you're needing to kill the Monday doldrums (of course you do!), is the Supernatural "Heaven Can't Wait" recap and the Sleepy Hollow "The Midnight Ride" recap. (Buffy 1.10 is coming soon!) If you enjoyed what you read, please consider commenting, Liking, tweeting, linking to my girls' hard work. We appreciate it!

Okay, I need food, then off to the ARD. For the last time! /giddy

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altyronsmaker
Nov. 18th, 2013 09:39 pm (UTC)
Whoot whoot! on the ARD. I know my ESE and IEP students love the final review meeting. And I commend you on being there with him. Most of mine are just me, the support facilitators and the student. We don't often get a parent in there with us. You rock.

Now. Chill out, rest, relax, and have a great stress-free evening.
stoney321
Nov. 18th, 2013 09:46 pm (UTC)
Wait, what? You don't usually have parents in there? This is the first time my SON has been there; it's been me alone since 3rd grade! (Or are you meaning that final ARD?)

I WILL FOLLOW YOUR INSTRUCTIONS! *salutes*
altyronsmaker
Nov. 18th, 2013 11:18 pm (UTC)
I mean most of my IEP meetings do not have parents - the annual reviews, or the final exit. Most of the time, the parents aren't there. I mean, I do have parents show up, occasionally. I teach juniors, though, and most of ESE students are very close to 18 or are 18 because they've been held back at some point in their lives, but nope. I don't get to meet most of my ESE students' parents.

AND enjoy a glass for me, too!
stoney321
Nov. 18th, 2013 11:19 pm (UTC)
WOW. I can't imagine not having been at any of these meetings over the years. I didn't know I could skip! ;D I'M KIDDING.

I will! *tops off glass*

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