There is a recurring theme at WHBSD that children with disabilities are not welcome there. As I write this, there is ongoing case against WHBSD that has been in the news for years. It is deplorable that this school district continues to deny much needed services to students who are disabled. Parents have tried working with the school, but their concerns about their children's needs have fallen on deaf ears. The only chance for a parent to be heard, is for them to file a due process against the district. It is very expensive and time consuming, which WHBSD is fully aware of, and it means that your child will go without services for months, and quite possibly, most of the school year. Why doesn't State Ed impose hefty fines against school districts who are wrongfully denying disabled children their services, FAPE, and ignoring what is written on their IEPs? A parent's only recourse is to file a complaint with State Ed against the District. It isn't enough. Things need to change now.