In the case of Chardon Local School Dist. Bd. of Edn. v. A.D., the school board filed an administrative appeal contesting the finding of a state level review officer that the board violated the requirement to hold a meaningful Individualized Education Program (“IEP”) meeting on Extended School Year (“ESY”) services. McGown & Markling represented the school board in this case, and successfully obtained a favorable ruling for the school board in the administrative appeal as the federal trial court found that the school board did not violate the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act with regard to providing a meaningful IEP meeting on the question of ESY services.