We got a letter in the mail from the school today. Ken and I are a bit confused, but it sounds like if we want to send Ashleigh to another school they'll pay for the transportation for her to go?? Here's the letter Dear parents: This letter is to let you know that _________Middle School has been identified as School Improvement-Year 1. The Middle school is in School Improvement Year 1 based on the state achievement test performance in reading for students in the following subgroups: (students with disabilities or economically disadvantaged). _________ Middle School is obligated to offer Public School Choice (PSC) for the 2010-2011 school year. Your child can attend a similar school that is not in need of improvement and the district will pay for transportation. If you are interested in Public School Choice contact _____________ at ____________middle school at ______________________. ______________Middle School is involved in the Ohio improvement process. The Ohio improvement process will assist in addressing _________middle school improvement status. Our plan includes: Offering 90 minutes of math and language arts Professional development for staff implementing intervention software programs implementation of formative assessments our local report card [web address]. We welcome your involvement to become part of the improvement process. If you are interested, please contact me at ______________. Sincerely, ___________________ superintendent. We were wondering if this letter was sent to all middle school students or we got it because Ashleigh has diabetes (which they consider a disability) and we'd also get it because we are "economically disadvantaged". As for the reading performance test, Ashleigh was in the top 3 of her grade. Her reading teacher talked to me and told me how proud she was of Ashleigh.