I don't know if our state does GIEPs, but regardless, DD has a regular IEP for her special needs, which include ADHD and SPD and social delays. But a couple years ago, a friendly preschool person helpfully added a line into her IEP that states that she could be "provided with opportunies to do work at her ability level (ie, gifted-level work)." Nobody's really done much to actually fulfill this, but it's in there, and I want it to stay. However, when the sped teacher finally sent the new IEP tonight for me to look over before the IEP meeting tomorrow, that line was missing. I had to dig around to find last year's IEP but it was definitely in there last year, and I don't want it removed, because this is totally the only leverage I have right now since the principal is totally unsupportive.
Does anyone know what would happen if I refused to sign the IEP without that line? I could email the sped teacher before our meeting (but it's at 7:30am tomorrow so who knows if she'd get my email) and ask that it be returned to the IEP, but likely this won't be addressed until I'm sitting in a room full of people who will be thinking what a PITA I am harping on this gifted stuff when my kid still can't sit down and shut up in class (and stop acting like a cat at school, sigh). My husband is no use in arguing with the school, he's more easily intimidated than me, so it's me vs. the panel of school officials in the early a.m.
What would you do? Help?