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Second quarter report cards came home today. The ACE (in-school gifted program) progress report underscored my feelings about the in-school intervention compared to the district level program, but the IEP progress report reminded me of why I love our local neighborhood school so much. Under comments, the speech pathologist wrote:

"Laurel is making excellent progress. She has mastered saying voiceless th in structured phrases. She always works very hard to improve her speech. It's great to have her back at McKamy."

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popcornoblivion
Jan. 29th, 2008 02:47 pm (UTC)
My elementary school gifted program was called ACE, too. ;) Glad to hear she's getting the opportunities she needs & deserves.
liannanshith
Jan. 29th, 2008 07:46 pm (UTC)
I remember when I needed a speech pathologist. My 'th' was more an 'f'... which led, humourously, to many mishaps. I'm glad that's in my past.
oddharmonic
Jan. 30th, 2008 01:48 am (UTC)
I had two years of speech therapy in elementary school because I had a Boston accent so thick that I would have been unintelligible in the world outside New England.

Thankfully now it only comes out when I'm really, really tired or sick and sometimes when I get ahead of myself speaking Spanish.
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