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Re: [IPp] 504 help



Karen,
I had the same problem at my son's school.  He has other issues (ADHD,
Celiac Sprue, and some learning difficulties) That made them want him to
test in the office.  I said no, it takes too much time away from class, but
I had to fight them for it!  As it is his goes to the "nurses office" (no
nurse just a health assistant, yuck!) too often due to not feeling well with
high blood sugar.  Hopefully, when we get on the pump (May 20!!) this will
stop.
Good luck & keep on fighting!
Carol
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----- Original Message -----
From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Friday, May 10, 2002 11:58 AM
Subject: [IPp] 504 help


> I just spoke with Lauren's school nurse.  At first she was supportive of
> having Lauren test in the classroom next year.  Now, she says she's
> hesitant because Lauren can be very pokey about testing.  She goes to the
> nurse's office, and dawdles for a long time before testing.  > Thanks
> Karen
>
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