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March 04, 2009

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Jay Blick

This would be welcome for my family. My son has PDD-NOS, Senseory Integration disorder, and will be tested for Dyslexia soon. We mistakenly bought our house in the 'vaunted' Grapevine Colleyville ISD. We have been fighting now for years with them about our son. The school district will only accept their diagnosis for special needs. We have been informed 2 or 3 times that we must enroll our son in to scholl and let him fail and be held back a year before they will consider special help for him. These are souless people. Do NOT believe the hype about this ISD.

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