Thank you so much. The support on this forum is so helpful.@Poster2025 Breathe! You have something on your side right now! TIME! Take a couple of deep breathes and relax. I know your pain and fear - we all want our kids to achieve what they truly want and the thought of a DQ just takes your breathe away. Been there! Mr. Mullen is terrific - but your son will need to deal with him directly (I think you know that though) Let this take its course. My son was so calm last year through his DQ process (and smack in the middle of Covid here in NY when everything was shuttered) and I wanted to just scream and say "move over - let me do this for you". This is a big step for them to handle their own advocacy but so worth it! My son received a waiver, at the end of May, so to go back to my first sentence - your son has plenty of time to straighten this out and provide all the documentation they require to achieve a waiver. Best of luck to your son!