Yep, the principle that I fight so much w/ called the police and is pressing charges on my son for 'lewd' behavior. My son was walking to homeroom, 7:48 am when his pants fell down also pulling down his boxers. Not the whole way mind you, but enough to reveal the top portion of his buttocks. Of course it started as an accident but since everyone thought it was sooo funny my son took the ball and ran w/ it...making sure it happened again once he got into the classroom. The incident was 'caught on film' and the principle called the police and requested to press charges, then sent him home w/ 10 days out of school suspension . The police are referring it to juvenile probation bound over for COURT! This is the same principle who demanded i call my family doctor to increase his medicine, when i refused he threw the papers in the iep meeting in from of 12 other people and said the meeting is over. My son has not had ONE, not ONE, bad incident since that IEP meeting, thanks to the plan I designed and presented. But in the meantime, the school district called regarding a referral from this principle for him to be placed in diagnostic school, which i refused, and i get silly calls about him wearing an empty tic tac container as a necklace charm etc, and requesting he serve three day ISS for incidents that occurred months ago before the eip plan which consisted of him talking, or laughing or running thru the halls....My son's psychiatrist supports my decision to not increase med, and the school's psychologist supports my decision to have my son remain in regular ed and follow the IEP plan. But this principle seems to be on an ego trip to be right, and has told me that it is easier for him to send my son away then to have to deal w/ his behavior because he has too many other students to deal with. He also told my mother my son is the worst kid in the school but yet his counselors have sat in his classroom and said that is not true, and in his daily journal book, i have not had any negative remarks from his teachers. Initially he did go through a period of about two months where he was a holy terror, but the school didnt inform me until it had spun well out of control. Now that I got it under control w/ his daily journal which i requested be noted by all teachers, he hasnt gotten any credit for doing a total 180! Instead, I know he would be waiting for the first chance he could to pounce, and my son gave it to him today....Do you think I am just being defensive (which I was also called) by not thinking this was serious enough to be a legal issue which he is now going to be on juvenile probation???
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