difficult child has been in school for 2 weeks and I have already received a call from his Counselor about difficult child being involved in an incident where a group of boys were teasing another boy and although difficult child did not verbally taunt this boy he did laugh when other boys were teasing. He received a warning because it was his 1st offense. The same day I recieved an email from difficult child's English teacher that he is receiving a detention for not being prepared for class (he forgot workbook 1st day of school), for talking and for having physical contact with another student (throwing grass while sitting on the ground during a fire drill) difficult child denied throwing grass to both his teacher and counselor. He did however admit to husband and I that he did throw grass back at another student who threw it at him 1st. blah,blah,blah ... difficult child apologized to the kid he laughed at and is going to apologize to teacher and counselor for lying. Now, here is the big dilemma, READY ... Counselor asked if he could speak with difficult child's neuropsychologist "to explain" what is going on and how difficult child won't take responsibiltiy and denied all wrong doings .. REALLY !!! He has known my son for 2 weeks and he has never really been in any trouble before this so it is not a pattern and difficult child has no history of these types of behaviors. We for the most part have had very pleasant and cooperative relationships with teachers and the school district as a whole. We are very supportive and competent to relay all this info to difficult children Doctors. I am apalled that he asked this... Should I be or am I wrong? We meet with the counselor and difficult child's teachers next week to discuss a plan. Now, last but not least difficult child had a reaction to his medications and has a lower torso rash so he is unmedicated until we see his Neuropysch next week ... I need some good vibes ... Thanks !!