Friday was a disaster. More arguing and accusing one another than anything. Had a bit of a problem on Thursday. I refused to let him stay at school on Friday unless he could go to class. They said no, so I took him home. They threatened to call the truant officer. When I questioned why they threaten to call the police on my son, they said anytime he is yelling or disruptive it is considered "disorderly conduct". This is the whole reason he is in Special Education. Emotional, social, angry..just cannot handle certain situations. When I asked for a Functional Behavior Assessment, they said "why". He is in 7th grade and has never had one at this school (2 years). I told them maybe we could then see what some of his triggers are, and what provokes him. They said they don't know who would do that. I gave them names of the people who did it in elementary school. Then they said all that consists of is them monitoring him, and if he knows they are their to monitor him nothing will happen. I met with each one of his teachers prior to school even starting. I discussed him and two of the things that will set him off. I think he has done well most of the time. Especially since I hear more and more what is going on. I asked to see the latest referral. I told them I would like to see how the statements are worded. Asked that at 8am, and again at our 2pm meeting. Doesn't seem like they are willing to let me see it. When my son denied what was said on that referral, and denied what they were saying, the principal said, "and you are going on information from where....HIM" I tried to suggest a few things that may keep him from exploding, and another to try to learn an appropriate behavior. they laughed at me. I told them he is entitled to an education and he is not getting it when you put him in a little room in the office by himself. The principal stood up and asked me who is giving me information, over and over she asked that. She told me I am wrong and whoever is supplying the information is wrong. It has been a horrible few days. I have never felt so sad, and lost as I have now. I dread this meeting today. I am scared.