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February 14, 2006


Ann Marie Mormino

Mr. Fox,

We have a 6 year old son with P.D.D. In the last 2 weeks, he has been having behavior problems that are increasing by the day. Two weeks ago, the school decided to change which entrance he comes in. Before he, along with other Kind. kids came in a separate door. Now, he has to come thru the front doors and walk the long hallway thru all the children and is becoming so overly stimulated that he can't even function once he gets to his locker. The school does not want to listen and thinks it is just my son, although his whole Diag. class is bouncing off the walls since this inception. What can I do?

Ed. Contact a local sped attorney and consider filing due process after consulting with that attorney.

kathy and Tim Tumminaro

Saw the interview tonight on Fox news.... Good Job!

That should help the causes of a lot of our kids!!!!

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