Wee difficult child has blown up pretty much everyday since he's been at public school. But they have dealt with it and he remains positive about being there. *** Yesterday, in the SpEd room, wee difficult child was asked to read for 3 minutes. Something very challenging for him. He began ripping and shredding anything he could get his hands on it retaliation. He kicked and injured his favorite paras. Another para stepped in, as well as the SpEd teacher and the principal. They were unable to talk to him or stop him and he continued to destroy literally anything he could get ahold of. He spit on them, kicked them, cursed them, and tore the SpEd's shirt down the front. *** Finally, one para cleaned out all moveable objects in the bathroom and they put him in there. They started out with him in the room, but he continued to hurt them, so they stepped outside and monitored thru the door. When he seemed to calm down, the SpEd teacher opened the door to check on him and he immediately slammed her head in the door (thankfully no serious harm done). They closed the door again. This time, he ripped the paper towel dispenser off the wall (it was screwed into the cinder block wall with concrete anchors - and this school is less than 4 years old). *** SpEd teacher called in tears. She was afraid of difficult child. *** I'm not sure where we go from here. He's back in school today. I just needed to get it off my chest so I can focus on work. Thanks for listening.