Even though we had an IEP meeting in January, his behavior plan is, one warning from the teacher, second warning he leaves. Third warning he goes home. In his Middle School they have "houses" Each house has about 150 students. Each class period about 25 of those students go to math, another 25 go to science, another 25 go to Social Studies, etc. In his "House" there are the advanced kids, as well as the "normal" kids. so, there is not a class or teacher that is teaching Special Education. There is a Special Education. teacher who sees him the last period of the day and helps with assignments. Knowing how to do the work is not a problem. it is staying in class, and doing the work. We are trying to work on organizational skills, as he will just leave a class and not take any of his work with him, or he loses it. I spoke to the district office today regarding Homebound. They are setting up another IEP. Even if it is for a short period of time, I am hoping he will realize how much he really enjoys school. He is a real social kid, had many friends at one time. Just cannot keep them due to his anger. His teachers don't deal with any misconduct. Today the teacher said "time for SSR" He replied, "skip SSR" and he was sent to the office and they called to have him picked up. HE said he did not yell, or even say it loud. He is very bright, very high IQ, does excellent on the state tests (he has learned that if he does good on those tests he can NOT do his work and not be required for summer school) I cannot get him to read a book. The last two IEP meetings they just put a behavior plan in place which gives him three chances to keep quiet, he also has the opportunity to leave the classroom and go to another room where it is supervised, to pull himself together. he choses not to take that action. I need to know WHAT to ask for in this meeting. They told me today they do NOT have to keep him at school if he is disruptive. They will not babysit him. i need some good facts, and the right words. I tend to lose it, more often lately.