My son is in the special education program at this school. He just started the 4th grade, and is currently being educated via homebound services because the school will not allow parental involvement in the transition from home to school. A child that is severely disabled, non verbal, and equipped with many implanted medical devices can not indicate to the staff when he is in pain, or otherwise being mishandled or misunderstood. The staff admittedly has no knowledge of understanding of his disability or the medical devices, yet insist they will "learn as we go"... While they are learning, this is potential dangerous and painful for a child that they do not yet understand... This school's inflexibility, and general negative attitude toward parents and the special education department is truly disheartening. These children deserve to learn and grow, and their parents deserve the peace of mind.