Re: [IP] How to refer to Section 504 in a letter to the school
Thank you for your thoughts. After giving it some though I decided to tone
it down, as you suggested. I've no doubt the school will respond in my
favor without push back, so my initial email would have been unnecessary
and over the top. Thanks for suggesting that route as an alternative.
You mentioned being in a right-to-work state, but doesn't right-to-work
only mean you can't make me join the union, not really anything to do with
diabetes? Am I missing something?
Thanks everyone for your feedback.
On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 11:59 AM, Shelby L. Brock <
email @ redacted> wrote:
> Hi, Morgan. I've found that when something happens at school regarding my
> son's diabetes, I first write a non-confrontational email to the school.
> say something like, "As I'm sure you are aware, docking my son regarding
> issue related to his diabetes is not in compliance with his 504. I'm sure
> will fix this right away" or "I'm sure this was an oversight, but ..."
> closing with "I look forward to hearing from you when this issue has been
> Sometimes it just slips between the cracks somehow and they need to be
> reminded. However, if they refuse or argue with you about it, then I would
> bring up how they are not complying with Federal law and you will take
> this to
> the next level if it's not resolved right away. But I've found that they
> usually apologetic and fix whatever the problem is right away. I want to
> things as non-confrontational as possible unless absolutely necessary.
> Just my 2 cents.
> (Mom to Peyton, 12 years, dx at 18 mos.)
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