Spoke too soon (call from school)
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|Fri, 09-05-2003 - 12:27pm|
She asked Chris if he wanted to talk about it, and he said no. She asked if it would help if he, she and the teacher sat down together to talk. He said "No, Mr. S. doesn't like me." She asked if he wanted her to call me. At first he said no, then said she could if she wanted to. Hence the call--just a heads-up. She wasn't able to talk with the teacher further, because he was teaching, but she's going to try and touch base with him this afternoon.
In the meantime, I called school and left a voice mail for him to call me after school. Then about 20 minutes later, the resource teacher calls to say that Chris isn't feeling well, and she wanted me to talk to him. I asked him if his not feeling well had to do with the timed test incident, and he said no, but agreed to try and stick out the day. "But if I throw up, you'll have to come and get me." When the resource teacher got back on the phone, I told her I thought his "illness" was probably stress from this morning, and she agreed, but seemed glad that I wasn't going to rush in and rescue him.
It will be interesting to see what the teacher has to say about all this.
Golly, I love being the mom of an aspie. I cringe every time my phone rings once the school year starts.