Thank you. Let us break this matter down into two parts.
The school is required to follow the IEP. If it does not, then one can ask for a meeting with the principal and request firmly that the IEP is followed and respected. IDEA allows the state and/or the federal government to sue the district in court on not following IDEA. Threatening to file a state and federal complaint goes a long way to have the school become more productive.
Filing a federal complaint:
Filing a state complaint:
This is separate from the IEP. There is no statutory law that the school has to immediately contact the parent if the child is hurt every time. This only really becomes actionable if the school's nurse did not do something that would have lessened the injury as a nurse should have, and his injury became WORSE do it and/or he suffered permanent injury.
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