Hello and good afternoon everyone: I now have a meeting scheduled and could use some advise on how to prepare. The school nurse has scheduled a meeting for me with the school counsellor and herself. She would like to know how to keep difficult child safe and healthy in school. Background- difficult child is three weeks out of a one week inpatient stay. She went for sharing suicidal thoughts with psychiatrist. Staff there released saying she was not suicidal nor do they think she ever was. I tend to agree. They arrived at a better level of zoloft. Discharge plan was to continue with psychiatrist and counselling weekly. We have only been addressing the depression and anxiety for about 7 months maybe. She seems to be working the therapy and much improved. Yestarday in school she saw the pair of sweatpants that were stolen from her the first week of school. Someone stole her bag that was brand new with brand new track shoes and clothes bought for her while on vacation with my family. I told her that she couldn't be sure they were HER sweatpants and she hung up very angry. Later that day she was so upset she scratched her own arm---not badly----because she was SOOO upset. Now the school nurse wants more info. Here is the deal----- I don't know what to say--- The doctors and I think she is safe. This new development is troubling and I will talk to her counsellor tonight but----- really, this is part of the work of getting better. I encouraged the nurse to talk with the child study team. But I am going to keep the meeting. Perhaps they need to be able to ask me questions. What am i Missing here? What should I be sharing with these folks? Should I just let the child study team handle this? Any thogths would be greatly appreciated.