My youngest easy child 10yrs old has been kicked out of class for the rest of the year (this happened 2 weeks ago) because he asked a question to a fellow student. my sons 5th grade class was at Music class at the time. My son asked a girl next to him a question (if she knew the song they were singing). On the other side of this girl was the class trouble maker making noise. The music teacher sent all 3 kids back to class. each day the class goes to either music, art, library, P.E, computers or art for 45mins. Once the kids were kicked out of their 45min music class they were sent back to the teachers classroom. The teacher said they will no longer be attending any of those classes for the rest of the year. I was never told/called about this situation. I found out this weekend by talking to my son about music, he then brought it up. I know this is not appropriate punishment. I emailed the teacher this weekend and her is her input: Please tell me what you would do when students get "kicked" out of a music, pe, art, computer, or library class. This is not the first time for Nick, and not the only teacher who has complained to me about his behavior in their class. I figured that if I talked to him about his behavior in these classes, it wouldn't happen again. But, it has, and now I don't know how to help the teachers who have to put up with his behavior in their classes, except not allow him to go. I even asked him if I should talk to his parents, and he answered "no." But, it sounds like he has talked to you himself. Maybe this is extreme, but the only other choice, as I see it, is for me to attend these classes with my students, so that I can control their behavior, and, since this is part of my daily preparation time, I really didn't want to have to do that. Please advise me. Her 45min prep it me she spends on her cell phone while these 3 kids get to read or write words & meanings from a dictionary. I have been told the whole class is noisy during the 45 min classes.. no-one likes the music teacher and their normal teacher has had to sit in on a art class to quiet the kids down. Now my sons teacher has never mentioned to me ever ( I keep in contact via email and go to parent teacher meetings) that my son been a handful, he has skipped a grade because he is very smart. And he is still the top of his class when it comes to his knowledge. Anyone know the law on this stuff? Or any advise on how to handle this?