Have you tried any interventions in the classroom?
Don’t be upset if they say no. Remember, many public school teachers are dealing with multiple children under IEP plans. So, use this time with your teacher to discuss ways you know she/he could help your child. Preferential seating, frequent breaks for movement, or repeating directions are good suggestions that a teacher can implement without much effort. If your teacher has tried specific interventions, see #4 and #5 . If not, ask the school to begin interventions and monitor his or her progress.