As stated in a post in watercooler on "to snitch or not to snitch". I posted what happened to difficult child being pushed into a closet. Teachers fill out a referral form, which also gives the child a place for comments. This teacher (difficult child's worst) was out of referral forms so wrote him up on a peice of paper. difficult child had his comments on that paper. When I got to school, VP explained what happened, was quite happy with the way difficult child handled himself and he honestly believed that difficult child and other boy were pushed into the closet. Well Referral came in the mail Saturday. States "difficult child was found in the teacher's closet without permission. When confronted, difficult child stated that English is a throw away class and that they don't do anything in that class, then he left the classroom without permission? Now..this referral that came in the maile was on a referral form. Meaning it was copied onto a form. The place for student explanation is blank...didn't copy his explanation down. When I asked difficult child what the heck this meant.."throwaway class". He didn't know. Said earlier a sub for the first part of class wanted them to do things and he said "they don't have to do them all, teacher doesn't make them do all of them" That was in the first part of class with a different teacher (sub) this day. The closet portion, yes they were their, pushed in. But said they were never confronted, teacher came into the room as they were getting out of the closet and started yelling at them, pushed the button for an escort, and he and the other boy just left for the office. They were never ASKed why they were in there, no confrontation except yelling, and they didn't wait for the escort, just went to the office. So..now I am steaming mad. Is this what they do with other referrals? Just make up new ones and leave his explanation off? I haven't seen others. I spent a good 30 minutes or more speaking to VP about this when I picked him up. He NEVER mentioned anything else. This will be brought up at meeting on Monday.