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September 8th, 2008, 10:56 AM
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How was everyone's first day of school? Did the kids do well? Teachers? After school activities?
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September 11th, 2008, 05:05 AM
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Hi there.

Hunter's first day was August 21. I learned late in the game, after having to show up at the school myself, that his teacher is on some sort of personal leave, but either nobody at the office knew that or just didn't bother to tell me. I had been leaving messages for the teach trying to get into the school to see her and that's why she wasn't responding.

Anyway - we get to the school and meet the substitute. She's a teach that has been with Hunter before, so that's a plus. And she's the only teach, except for when he was at a school made for kids like him with typical peers, that used the communications notebook the first day!

So far, so good. I'm annoyed that we had to buy him a second pair of shoes for gym on Friday's. He has it right after recess and if it's been wet out they can't wear those shoes in the gym. Financial aid is available for those who need it.

Instead of buying him slip on or Velcro shoes, he has laces and we spent the week before school started practicing. He actually cooperated and now he's doing it all on his own, although he's still very slow! LOL
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