So, is this how it goes with the difficult child's? I wonder now. His school does not "buy" his Sensory Integration Disorder (SID) diagnosis and I don't know if it's a lack of interest, time, resources or a combination of them, but they are unwilling to make adjustments for difficult child. The principal wrote me a note in response to a letter I wrote them discribing the disorder and perhaps some things they can do and it pretty much said, "we're doing all we can" and "if he continues to disrupt other children's learning, he'll get suspended again". What the heck am I to do? He's not academically deficient, so he's going to fall through the cracks. I feel so hopeless. I have two options, really. 1. Homeschool him by purchasing an online learning tool so he can learn online while I work from home or 2) Send him to Montessori school, which is more open and flexible but so darn expensive. I would need dex's help and he claims he can't afford it (yet bought a brand new Tahoe for his girlfriend and is taking 5 kids and 2 adults on vacation to Disney world in December for a week). I don't want him to stay in that school. Their attitudes disgust me and I feel like he's going to be sent home all the dang time. Therapy is weekly for the Sensory Integration Disorder (SID), but I doubt it will make an improvement as quickly as they want to see it.