Ds needs accommodations for a medical condition. One of the things I am requesting is a later start time on an as-needed basis (as in: he won't be late every single day, more like once a week or so).
After three weeks with no response from the school, I got a call today to let me know they were "checking with the district to see if such a thing is even allowed". *headdesk* Seriously?!
I made the gentle comment that that type of accommodation was acutally very common and was told "the school is new to all this and is learning as they go". It's a charter school that has been in operation for like ten years. And is full of special needs kids. Are they kidding me? Is this a stall tactic or are they really that dumb?