I had my meeting today.
Great news, my interpreter resigned! It was her decision, and her choice. The school did not ask her to resign. I'm so happy. They already have a sub-interpreter for me for the rest of the year I already know the sub-interpreter too, shes my friend's mother, who moved to ohio from california and are in band with me as well.. Tomorrow is my last day of school then friday is my spring break, my interpreter's last day is tomorrow so after tomorrow, my interpreter isn't coming back. The supervisor said that they are going to find an full-time interpreter for me this summer and will let me meet my new interp before school starts again.
So far, I'm satisfied, excited, and so happy. I feel as if this load of stress just lifted off of my shoulders. I'm looking forward to next year so i don't have any more drama with the same interpreter. Just a new fresh, clean slate to start over. I wish this would have happened a long time ago though. It's a little sad though because She has been my interpreter for 6 years. But she did not do her job. My parents said that i shouldn't feel guilty for her, resigning. And that i taught the school what deaf people really needs.
During the meeting they basically asked my parents and I a bunch of questions about how the interpreter is suppose to be signing to me and communication between the interpreter and the teachers. And they kind of made excuses about how i wasn't paying attention to both the teachers and the interpreter. I mean i am trying my best, but whatever, just as long my interpreter is gone, and that i'm getting a new interpreter, i'm fine with it