Was Your Child’s Huntsville School Ready?

So it’s the first day of the 2011-2012 school year here in Huntsville. I’m planning to spend the day at my son’s school to ensure that his IEP will be met. I have no idea as I write this if it will, but I’m hopeful. His education doesn’t have a day to waste.

I’ll be tweeting today about my experiences, and I’ll update the blog as I have time. If you would like, share your experiences below. Was your child’s school ready? Feel free to post your thoughts and experience’s below.

I hope that when I check back, everyone can say, Yes, My Child’s School Was Ready.


I wish for a great day for everyone, students, parents, teachers and administrators alike.

"Children see magic because they look for it." --Christopher Moore, Lamb: The Gospel according to Biff, Jesus' childhood pal.

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  1. The boy’s classroom is packed, but I believe Mrs. Costello, principle at Challenger, has things under control. She will be scheduling the aides and developing a schedule so that there are sufficient aides both in the classroom and to assist students in moving into the regular classes as necessary.

    She’s asked for the week to get things under control. This is a fair request.

    I am convinced of her committment to my son’s education and safety.

    I have been told that Dr. Wardynski is planning to be at Challenger for lunch today. I hope that he will realize the necessity of giving Mrs. Costello and Mrs. Bowling the support that they need to do their job.

    My boy’s classroom is packed. They’ll both need a lot of help to get through this year.

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