Yup...yesterday was the day. It started out with him refusing to go to school, and then when I trying to talk to him and reason with him and he saw me start to cry, he threw his arms up in the air and said, "FINE! I'll go to school....but just this ONCE! Go get me clothes!" So, I got him clothes and after a few more mini meltdowns, he went to school 40 minutes late. Then, after only being in school for about 10 minutes or so, he told the Social Worker he was tired and he went to the nurses office and fell asleep and slept for most of the day (it was his first day back with the Zyprexa in the AM)....woke up...was angry....went back to sleep....and then they woke him up for lunch....he ate lunch....went outside for recess...and I guess got into a tiff with some kids over the rules of Tag (not yet clear on if that was his trigger or not). Then he came into the classroom and whatever his trigger was, he went into meltdown disrupting the class and banging his head on the desk. They had to clear the classroom out and they called me to come pick him up early. When I got there, I ended up having to restrain him because he wouldn't leave school and started banging his head on the desk again and pulling his hair and it just kept escalating and because we couldn't keep him safe and get him out of the school, we had to call 911. By the time the police got there, I was beat up and physically exhausted. So...he's now back in the psychiatric hospital. Now another set of ears (the person doing the in-take interview) got to hear about the "I see the future" stuff and the new suicidal feelings. So, we'll see if they pull the Adderall very quickly. As far as I'm concerned, they can pull the Zyprexa too...it's been worthless.