Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Report Card time

Well, kinda.

Each day a sheet comes home to report on things he did at school.

Quarterly, Brayden gets his IEP report. Just like a report card, this report comes home with "grades". It does come with lots of comments.
He is making progress with using switches, tolerating touch, supported sitting, hand over hand activities. His report even says "Negative facial expressions are now rare"...that makes me laugh because when he does not like something he lets you know.
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The staff in his class do such a great job making school a great experience for the children and the parents. They send him home with little things that make me smile. The past couple of school days he has come home with a sticker on his big round cheek!

9 comments:

The VW's said...

What a cute picture and what a handsome boy!!!

Mo said...

We have begun the referral process for special-ed preschool which is so hard to believe but come August, we'll be there. Crazy! Glad Brayden is enjoying his experience, as well has you.

Shannon said...

That is the cutest picture!! I love his hat.

The Henrys said...

I love the picture with the sticker on his cheek!

I am glad that Brayden's school is going well.

Wherever HE Leads We'll Go said...

That picture is adorable! Love it! Glad to hear that Brayden is doing so well and learning lots of new things. Emily turns 3 in October and we will have to send her to school - YIKES! It is good to know that there are great schools out there - that makes me feel a little better. I am still not ready, but I feel a little better. : )

TMI Tara said...

He deserves the royal treatment so I'm glad he's getting it!!! What a cute boy :)

Michelle said...

so sweet!

April said...

Thanks for saying hi on Caleb's blog! Your little Brayden is so precious! He is really similar to my little Caleb! Thanks for sharing him! Sending all my love! xo!

Tracey said...

If I had to give you a grade for today it would be an A+! Thanks again for taking the time to speak at Mom's Connection, I loved hearing from you.