Lynne: Gave parental consent to allow school to do an adaptive evaluation on child. Evaluation was completed approx. two months before the end of the school year. We received a copy of the scores. We repeatedly asked for the review ARC Meeting before school let out. Didn’t happen. The review ARC was held not long after the new school year began. The evaluation presented for review was a different one from the one we received a copy of. We’re told by district rep. that the original could not be found and that the school did not need to have our consent for another one to be done since they already had our consent previously. The rep. did not allow the original scores to be used, but rather the new eval. scores. Question: Is there a time limit on parental consent given and shouldn’t we have been notified?