to school today in full form. He was kicking other kids on the playground even
before school started. When he came into the classroom, he refused to unpack his
backpack, hang up his coat, pick up his reading notebook, etc.
minutes into reading group, he is kicking me under the table, and it hurt.
Imagine getting kicked in the shins repeatedly by a hyperactive tard on 45 mg of
Dexedrine. I am used to this sort of kicking, but then he started to kick the
other kids. One of them cried, but most kicked back at him.
removed him from the room, and into the hallway. He was going nuts--kicking,
wailing his arms around, spitting. She had to literally hold him in a bear hug
type restraint. He was resisting as best he could. He got one of his legs free
and kicked a non-retarded girl in the stomach as she was walking by. And he
kicked her HARD. She buckled over in pain, crying, was short of breath.
asked him if he wanted to have a good day that day, and earn all his points.
Right then, a fifth grade class was walking by on their way to music. She kept
asking him if he was going to improve his behavior, when he yelled out loudly
"NO YA ASSHOLE!"
grade class of course thinks this is the funniest thing they had ever witnessed,
and all twenty seven of them bust up laughing. Tom assumed they were making fun
of him and begins kicking like crazy. A second aide was needed to hold him down.
Tom continued with "NO FAT ASSHOLE!"
carried up to the office by the two aides, screaming at them the entire way up.
His mom was called, and he was put into a small conference room while we waited
for her. He destroyed the room and broke the fax machine. Mom was presented with
a ninety dollar bill when she got there.
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