Cookie Recipies

Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 7:07am
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Disclaimer: The following is not advice in any manner or form. It is merely the opinion and possibly the ravings of a mad-woman based on some highly personal and even more individual experience than any here could begin to imagine. I am only talking to myself, out loud. I could be wrong. Most likely, I am.

last sentence of said paragraph and page.

Do the courts only rule and address complaints [i]as worded[/i]. IE: LITERALLY. Was the question reimbursement? Or was it did the school [i]reasonably accommodate?[/i] If the school [d]did reasonably accommodate, was reimbursement owed?

If the school does "reasonably accomodate", does reasonable accommodation necessarily = safe environment?

In my case, (my son), the answer would be "no". Therefore, my son is "homebound". Is it the obligation of the state to provide my son with an education? [b][i]Irregardless[/i][/b] [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/tongue.gif[/img] of where he is schooled under such circumstances (homebound)?

[i]Bunny Hop?[/i]

I do not know the facts at hand regarding anything I have mentioned in this post. Let alone if the state is responsible for providing my child with an education. Or if it is indeed possible to provide a safe environment at school, reasonably accommodate, and not infringe on others rights. All at the same time.

MommaBear [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img]

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Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 9:08am
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What does this have to do with Cookie Recipes??

Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 11:37am
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What?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 11:38am
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Sorry, this bunny is all hopped out.
I can't figure it this time MB. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/redface.gif[/img]
Heck, I'm surprised I found it.

Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 12:11pm
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MB,
Not only are you going to make them guess at it, you are going to make them search for the answer?
Oh boy!!
p.s. I was really hoping for a good cookie recipe!! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img] [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img] LOL

Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 12:11pm
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Quote:Originally posted by AnnaMarie:
[b]Sorry, this bunny is all hopped out.
I can't figure it this time MB. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/redface.gif[/img]
Heck, I'm surprised I found it.[/b]
OK. I'll break it down a bit. [img]/peanut/boards/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif[/img]
first question:
"Do the courts only rule and address complaints as worded. IE: LITERALLY."
In other words:
When a judge, for instance, makes a verdict, or a jury makes a verdict, do they only answer the complaint addressed in the petition or complaint by the plaintiff? Or do they "read into it" and answer what they think it is addressing?

Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 12:45pm
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Quote:Originally posted by e-mom:
[b]MB,
Not only are you going to make them guess at it, you are going to make them search for the answer?
[/b]
doesn't it eventually make sense? [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/tongue.gif[/img]
PS..... if you want a good cookie recipie, you will have to go to the Thomas thing. Ever have sweet fillo stuffed with vanilla custard and mounded in powdered sugar?
Ya. [i]those[/i] kind of "cookies". [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img]

Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 1:36pm
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some links mentioning "homebound":
[url="http://www.isbe.state.il.us/spec-ed/PDF/Decision%20Summaries%202-02.pdf"]http://www.isbe.state.il.us/spec-ed/PDF/Decision%20Summaries%202-02.pdf[/url]
(this link mentions some court cases)
[url="http://www.cesa7.k12.wi.us/sped/Parents/plother.htm"]http://www.cesa7.k12.wi.us/sped/Parents/plother.htm[/url]
[url="http://www.huntsvillehospital.org/healthlibrary/articles/ghea3521.shtml"]http://www.huntsvillehospital.org/healthlibrary/articles/ghea3521.shtml[/url]
[url="http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/dpi/een/com00065.html"]http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/dpi/een/com00065.html[/url]
[url="http://www.news-star.com/stories/120702/New_12.shtml"]http://www.news-star.com/stories/120702/New_12.shtml[/url]
[url="http://www.uhea.org/lawsregs/docs/201.html"]http://www.uhea.org/lawsregs/docs/201.html[/url]
[url="http://www.geocities.com/hardingpj/homeschoollawalternatives.html#homebound"]http://www.geocities.com/hardingpj/homeschoollawalternatives.html#homebound[/url]
Disclaimer: I do not guarantee the accuracy or content of the links in this post. I am not offering advice in any manner or form.

Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 8:23pm
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Too many links to check out and still don't know why this is posted in the Forum "Snacks, Recipes Etc." and under the Topic "Cookie Recipies"!!!

Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 9:41pm
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Quote:Originally posted by MommaBear:
[b] OK. I'll break it down a bit. [img]/peanut/boards/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif[/img]
first question:
"Do the courts only rule and address complaints as worded. IE: LITERALLY."
In other words:
When a judge, for instance, makes a verdict, or a jury makes a verdict, do they only answer the complaint addressed in the petition or complaint by the plaintiff? Or do they "read into it" and answer what they think it is addressing?
[/b]
Not in Canada. I don't think in the states either. I read over some of the Oregon case, and it sounds like the judge looked at *bigger picture* not just literal.
They (judge and jury) also bring *personal life lessons* into decisions. What I mean is they hear/see evidence but they also consider what type of action/reaction would be normal [i]based on their own life lessons[/i]. I know there's a proper legal term for this, but I've been taking care of a sick bear for a few days - it's early - suffering brain mush (again [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/redface.gif[/img] ). Also, don't know if this relates to what we're discussing. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/rolleyes.gif[/img]

Posted on: Thu, 07/17/2003 - 9:58pm
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Quote:Originally posted by MommaBear:
[b]It is merely the opinion and possibly the ravings of a mad-woman based on some highly personal and even more individual experience than any here could begin to imagine. I am only talking to myself, out loud. I could be wrong. Most likely, I am.
[/b]
You had me going for a minute. Started thinking [b]you[/b] were RP's mom. (Wrong age of child - plus I think RP was a girl.)
Quote:Originally posted by MommaBear:
[b]If the school does "reasonably accomodate", does reasonable accommodation necessarily = safe environment?
In my case, (my son), the answer would be "no". Therefore, my son is "homebound". Is it the obligation of the state to provide my son with an education? [b][i]Irregardless[/i][/b] [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/tongue.gif[/img] of where he is schooled under such circumstances (homebound)?
[i]Bunny Hop?[/i]
I do not know the facts at hand regarding anything I have mentioned in this post. Let alone if the state is responsible for providing my child with an education. Or if it is indeed possible to provide a safe environment at school, reasonably accommodate, and not infringe on others rights. All at the same time.
[/b]
I believe both Canada and US governments are obligated to provide education to all children. [b]However[/b], if parents chose not to accept the education offered, the governments are not obligated to provide (financially or otherwise) an alternate education. If you [i]chose[/i] to put your child in a private school (e.g. religion) it is not the obligation of the government to pay for that education.
Health issues might make a difference.
[b]However[/b], for my son I have accident insurance. If he is unable to attend school due to an accident and a tutor must be hired it would be paid for [b]by the insurance company[/b], not the government. I've never actually looked in to this law, but, if the government would pay for it, why would the insurance company [b]willingly[/b] take on the expense????
[i]Am I hopping on the right trail yet?[/i]

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