I am in California. I'm a first year special ed pre-k teacher in a public school. I have taught preschool for 10 years, but this is my first time teaching pre-k SDC. I have 10 students at a time and one paraprofessional. I have a mild/moderate credential but most of my students seem to not fall into that category (based on observations from the SLP and OT). Most of my students have autism as primary disability and speech/lang impair as a second. I have 16 students on my case load (but not 16 in the classroom at a time). The district did not give me any materials or curriculum. I got 2 old bookshelves, some chairs and 2 tables. That was all. No books, no pre-k shelving (like 30" laminate shelves), no instructional programming, no toys, puzzles, manipulatives. I don't know how they expect to meet everyone's goals with this environment. Also they are expecting me to help these children toilet learn, I have no toilet in my classroom (or even sink for that matter) and when we take the students to the restroom we need to abide by the rule of 3 (2 adults one child/ to ensure there is always witness to protect both the child and adult). I am feeling so overwhelmed and need some advice. i have a mentor, but she is the k-3 SPED teacher. I have bought lots of materials for my classroom after being fed up after a month (I labeled everything), this was only because I was fortunate to be able to afford some materials. I'm not really sure to turn any advice would be helpful.