I have twin boys that are in their secoend year of pre-k. They were lucky to get into the school's first year of a 3 year old pre-k class, as they receive speech and one also receives hearing help. But I am experiencing pushing from the admistration in the direction that next year will take my boys. You see if they were born on time, or close to, they would not be going into Kindergarten next year. My husband and I feel that developmentally they are not ready to do so. So we have talked to the school about it and told them that. They will not let them do pre-k again, since it is grant funded. And said that they don't really do half day kindergarten, the boys would go half day then leave early from the class. Then would repeat K next year and go the full day. Or I would go back to work, try to save up the money and send them to a private pre-k for a year then send them to K that following year. The thing is I would still be having to take them out to the school for their speech and hearing appts. I just don't know what to do. Of course we want to do what is best for them. Oh and the principle has told me they won't be in the same class, the they have not put twins in the same class since he has been there, it is like he was daring me to challenge him. Let me tell you, he doesn't want to do that, because I have all kinds of info and amo to go up against him if need be. The thing is, I am just sitting back biding my time, observing my boys to see what is best for them. And I asked him, if there was a reason if they should be seperated and he said no. Well that is all the answer I really need. If there is no interaction problems in the classroom, then what is the problem, right?! Sorry to go on...lol.