Two days before school, a Spokane public school was forced to shut down by an online porn site

Three years ago, two-year-old Tyler and his mother, Kaylee, were watching a movie with their friends in a Spokane school hallway.

At one point, Tyler, who was also in a wheelchair, started to cry and said, “Mommy, I’m not feeling well.”

Tyler was rushed to the hospital, where doctors told him his body was responding to the chemicals and radiation he was receiving from a school-sponsored program.

But the family couldn’t stop the movie, so Tyler and Kaylee were forced to watch it over and over again.

After three years of watching the movie at home, the two decided to put it online.

But Tyler had another problem: his computer was running a porn-themed movie called “The Man and the Doll.”

Tyler’s mother, who is a professional photographer, said Tyler was a little frustrated by the porn and felt that his computer should have shut down.

She sent a photo to school officials to tell them that Tyler was using her computer to watch a porn movie, which they later learned was true.

When the story became public, Tyler’s family became angry.

Tyler’s parents and siblings called the police, but the police were hesitant to act because Tyler had a mental health diagnosis.

Tyler was hospitalized, but doctors diagnosed him with autism.

“When they told me that, my jaw just dropped,” Kaylee said.

“I just cried.

And my heart just sank.

I didn’t understand what I was seeing.”

Tyler, then four, was diagnosed with autism and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Kaylee decided to go public about her son’s diagnosis and was diagnosed by her physician.

She also began to receive a variety of medical and mental health counseling from an autism expert and a public health advocate who also work with children with autism spectrum disorders.

She says the counseling helped her see the positive side of her son, as well as his ability to interact with other people.

Kaylee started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to help Tyler with his school-based autism diagnosis and is working with the local school district to find the money needed to help pay for Tyler’s school expenses.

Tyler had already been in a public school for two years, but his mother says it took more than a year for him to adjust to the transition.

“It was like he was born here,” Kayle said.

She and Tyler were finally able to move in with Kaylee and her husband, and Tyler is now in a school that is open to all students.

Kayle has started a fundraising campaign on the website GoFundme.com to help the family cover Tyler’s medical costs and support Tyler’s therapy.

Kayleen says the GoFundment is her way of helping Tyler’s classmates, friends, and school staff who have struggled to navigate Tyler’s diagnosis.

“The school has to step up and do this for Tyler, too,” she said.

Kaylees parents are working with a school psychologist and a psychiatrist to work through the diagnosis and help Tyler, but they have not yet been able to get him enrolled in school.

“We need the school to do this,” Kayleen said.

While Tyler’s transition to school is still going on, Kayleen is hopeful the community can learn from the experience.

“Tyler was very bright and had lots of energy,” she added.

“And if the school is going to accept him, then that’s great, but I think that’s more than enough to help him get through the transition.”

Kayleen has reached out to the school district, the Department of Children and Families (DCSF), the Spokane County School Board, the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), and other public and private agencies in the area to help them identify a way to help help Tyler navigate the transition to the public school.

The district has said it plans to respond to Tyler’s needs and to support him through the school year.

In the meantime, Kayle and her family have set up a Go FundMe page to raise awareness for Tyler.

Kayles fundraising page has already surpassed $3,000 and will continue to grow as Tyler and her support staff continue to meet the family’s needs.

“For us, it’s about Tyler’s future,” Kaye said.

“[But] for us, we need to do more for him.

We need to help other kids like him.

It’s really important for the community that people understand that.”