Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Please make it stop.

Please.

We were told how GLORIOUS Colorado schools are.  Truth lowest ranking schools in the country for special needs.

Every single day at recess there is an incident that escalates to threat level orange.  I've pleaded let's find an alternative activity for him during unsupervised recess.  Pleas go unanswered.

Insanity...doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.

Tomorrow he is sentenced to in school suspension.  I meet with the Vice Principal at 8 am.  I may be walking out of that school with him.

I'm debating home schooling but Colorado is so unbelievably backward in that regard.

Andrew cried all night worried about what is going to become of him.  So did I.

Things were suppose to be better.

The very worse part of it ... Feeling all my own pain, Jim's anguish and Andrew's hurt and confusion.  Anyone that is an empath will understand.

I can't breathe.  Someone make it stop.


4 comments:

Haeley said...

Hope your meeting is going well. At least he will have a break for the holidays soon. Maybe you can all rest and regroup <3

Katrina said...

:( Sorry, Jenny! So frustrating. Just the issues we've been having with our 6 yo this year (he wouldn't go to school without one of us there the whole time--we did that for 6 weeks)I have a small understanding of dealing with schools. He still has some issues at school, but our dr. told us to tell that school you'll drop him off everyday and for them to deal with him. Different situation, but I feel your pain. Hope the meeting with the school goes well. This makes my heart ache for you guys. Prayers!

Renee Goerger said...

My heart just breaks for your pain. There is nothing worse than when your child is in need/pain and you feel helpless. I hope things improve. I send you hugs and prayers.

Pam said...

I hear your pleas and I wish they did in Colorado. Know that you and Andrew have a large support base online of people who love all of you. I hope that they are able to work with Andrew and get him the help he deserves just like any other student with or without disabilities. Sending you prayers, hugs and love.