Heather: The brief background is that the school has engaged in unprofessional and bullying tactics at previous child study, IEP, and 504 meetings. As the parent I have been the model of decorum and have not engaged but the principal is beyond the pale, blurting predetermination statements, yelling at me as though I am a child in the office in the presence of parents and staff, calling me to pick up my autistic son for “an emergency” and then refusing to tell me what happened to facilitate my leaving work and rushing to the school to get my autistic child. I have written a letter to the superintendent which I am afraid to send because I fear she will deny my son services or enact vengeance on him in some way. I was thinking if I could invite the district superintendent, her supervisor, to the next meeting, either he will witness the behavior or she will keep herself in check which would ultimately result in a better outcome. Of course that is dependent on whether he would choose to attend as well, but perhaps you can answer if it is allowed?