I dropped wee off at school today. His SpEd teacher comes in and meets him each morning. She was running late, so I waited. *** Wee has been out almost 3 weeks because of the suspension. He was very anxious about returning to school because of the other little BD girl in his class. He just knows he is going to get mad at her and do something to get in trouble. *** We got to school and he was visiting with classmates about his break. I pulled up a chair along the wall and just watched. I was there 8 minutes. That girl approached him 4 times in that 8 minutes. Each time, wee would duck under a table or move behind someone else to stay away from her, and she would raise her arms towards him, smile at him and laugh, then look to see if I was watching, and when she saw I was, would then walk away. Four times in eight minutes...imagine if this happens all day long? *** Then we found out she has been moved to sit at his table. Oh my... *** I emailed the SpEd. She had already made the classroom teacher move the girl from wee's table. She asked permission to forward my email to the principal, as she has expressed the same concerns and he still has not done anything as a result of the incident that was wee's first suspension (both suspensions involved this little girl in some fashion or another). *** I get that we can't control the environment around wee forever and he's going to have to learn to deal with people like this; but asking him to deal with her when we know dang good and well that he doesn't have the skill set to do is is just plain wrong. And the girl is very obviously putting herself in his space to provoke wee - no one denies that. That he has been the only one punished so far is messed up. Beyond that, she's bullying. To deliberately intimidate another repeatedly is bullying and supposedly not tolerated by our school. Apparently as long as its not physical, its not a problem... *** Hopefully the principal will get back to me. Soon.