Today, 02:07 PM
No. Never once.
In third grade, however, I was once sent to the nurse's office to take a few tests of basic intelligence. I suspect they deemed me an idiot at that time because I was all manner of trouble to my teacher. I'd just lost my mom, and on top of that moved from my home and left all my friends behinds and I guess nobody thought that a severely traumatized 8 year old might not be coping well, particularly given he had nobody helping him with anything. Test involved copying basic geometric figures as rapidly as possible. I completed it and never heard world one about it again.
The compassion of the "left". I say left because the teaching industry is rotten with lefties. The whole institution is polluted with progressivism. It is no wonder so many graduate high school 20x more stupid and ignorant than when they started in kindergarten.
As for guidance counselors - Ms. Schneider blanched when I told her I wanted to take "shop" classes. The whole dealio for her in those days was to place students into college. I did what I wanted and still became an engineer. Silly, timid broad didn't give a rat's ass about me, but only her own measure of success, no matter whether her self-interest driven recommendations brought me to some harm. The world is rife with small evils, which is why parents need to be clued-in and obnoxiously engaged in their children's schooling. If I had kids in schools, they would take contracts out on me before the first week was over because I would not let them get away with the least of their dangerously unsound shenanigans... assuming I'd ever allow my children in such a crap hole as a public school. I wouldn't.