Besides the punctuation and grammar issues, what bugged me about this is that I didn't seem to be getting through to them. Autism (with its mysteriously capitalized A) doesn't always look like you expect, and "bad" behavior can mean a lot of different things. Believe me when I tell you guys that THIS is the biggest hurdle when you have a kid like Sky. People always think he's doing something to be a jerk. Occasionally he is, but most of the time he's not. My points about the need to develop a means of communication and about the importance of teacher training didn't get far either.
I started to consider the possibility that this would be one of those times when advocacy failed, but instead of throwing my hands up in the air and pulling Sky out of the class,** I decided to write back.
Then, just before I shut down my computer, I got this: