I had a mini IEP today. I say "mini" because it was just to talk about sensory issues and nothing else. But the best part of this meeting? I didn't call it! I got an email 2 weeks ago from the new Inclusion Support teacher saying she wanted to make sure we address the sensory goals in the IEP. I didn't even know who I was meeting with and I show up and there's the new IS teacher, as well as the new speech teacher AND the district's SPED rep. And they all know what they're talking about, they all know about Brain Gym and what "vestibular" means. They have ideas and they have tactics and they have plans and they're all totally organized and they've all met with The Boy and seem to understand what he needs... and, of course, they all love him and think he's awesome and adorable, which is perfectly natural because he is awesome and adorable. And SMART! We're all amazed at how smart he is and how well he learns. Even without the extra tutoring he used to get he's still plugging along with the rest of his class. His teacher is also awesome.
Therefore, I officially declare: I am no longer concerned about 3rd grade.