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Posted on: Thu, 03/13/2003 - 5:02am
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Reraising to update this soon with a new 504.
We had our meeting today with the principal, vice-principal, and current kindergarten teacher to discuss Ryan's 504 for first grade. Everything went very smoothly. Our principal will add (our mutually agreed upon) sections and make modifications to the current 504 to make a rough draft for our next meeting in April after Easter. His future first-grade teacher will also attend so we can micro-manage the 504 for her particular classroom.
We're all hoping to have the final copy prepared by June, ready for next September. The current plan seems to be working. No reactions yet, with about a 95% attendance record. And I was hoping we would hit a 70% attendance rate considering his asthma and peanut allergy! We've been thrilled thus far with this aspect. We even caught a problem from this year's 504 regarding substitutes, which will be rectified.

Posted on: Fri, 03/14/2003 - 10:54am
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Hi Ryan's Mom,
I'm so glad to hear of your success. You worked very hard! Kudos.
Rhonda

Posted on: Fri, 02/17/2006 - 6:22am
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Bumping Ryan's sample approved 504 that was used in Kindergarten for SCover.

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