This letter is to inform The District School Board that Zane Huratdo will not return to****** School until the CSCN Case Conference.
This decision was not an easy one. However, after careful review of past performances – The ordinary adaptive process by facilitators transitioning Zane back to school lacks structure and consistency; therefore, Zane is subjected to repeat anxiety levels that escalate during the school year. As a result, his progress, which is visible to everyone in the community, comes undone once he returns to the classroom. Hence, the negative effect of developments at school subjects my family to severe strain, stress, and anxiety.
In addition, to commute the undersigned rely on public transportation. Zane’s current placement is approximately 60 to 90 minutes ride from home. Therefore, this makes it difficult for me to provide support for example: attending schedule meetings and arriving in a timely manner when the school requests that Zane be removed from the classroom.
Lastly, Zane enjoyed a wonderful summer; he successfully attended The Boys & Girls Summer Camp. The Camp Leader was please when she reported his progress. His progress overall, especially at camp is testamentary that individuals with physical or intellectual Disabilities can achieve maximum success in any environment if they are respected, nurtured for success, and treated with kindness. I f you require future information please do not hesitate to contact the undersigned at Phone #: I anticipate your response.
Despite the written letter notifying the school board and the school principal of my decision to keep Zane at home until the CSCN Case Conference. Monday 16th 2001, the school’s principal left a voice mail message – she requested another letter which states my son in being home schooled. I declined her request citing that the initial letter sent to the school board was copied to her attention. Am I obligated to oblige her? Love to hear from you!
Do you think I should provide the school principal with another letter?