Wee had an incident Tuesday. The speech lady tried to odo more of his language testing. She didn't allow his para to come with him. He refused to work, and ended up kicking at the second speech lady. I requested the incident report and just got it today. They have created an incident report sheet just for Wee. Complete with his initials on it! The top is standard, name, time left class, time returned to class, teacher, location, etc. Then they have check boxes for problem behavior (was it physical contact/aggression, harrassment, language, disrespect, etc), Trigger (to obtain peer attention, avoid task, avoid peer, etc), and Administration decision (time in office, loss of privileges, parent contact, suspension, etc). Then there is 7 lines to "describe incident in detail", and check boxes for who else was involved (peer, staff, no one, etc), and whether this behavior has happened before or not. Its all very standardized except for the customization for Wee. And then you turn it over. The back is titled Behavior Intervention Plan. Interventions to be utilized checkboxes, then it has all of the items from Wee's BIP (redirection, express empathy, invite collaboration, used the mood regulation and a sensory activity (and the sensory activities are listed). Then 3 lines for the results of the interventions. Then it asks if Wee was not disrupting others, what did you you (allowed space, allowed and alternate seating placement, etc) and a line for results. Then it asks if Wee WAS disrupting others, what did you do (offered alternate activity, sensory activity, go for a walk, go back to Mrs SpEd Teacher, initiate alternative discussion) and a line for results. The says "in the event of a tantrum/meltdown: ask Wee to leave with you If he will not leave, clear the room Call office and has 3 lines. Ok...cool form. But here is the ENTIRE incident description: "Wee repeatedly kicked at Mrs X, hit at Mrs Y, and tried to spit on her because he did not want to complete the test. Prior to this he tried to leave the room. This all occurred on the first item on the test." It is marked that it was aggression, disrespect, and refusal to work under thhe problem behavior. The trigger was work avoidance. Admin Decision was time in office, loss of privilege, conference, parent contact (which they didn't do). Interventions checked are: redirected, expressed empathy, invited collaboration, had a proactive discussion about problem solving. The only other item marked is that he WAS disrupting others and she initiated alternative discussion. (except she woudln't let his para go with him because that para would interfere with the testing...so I can't imagine there were other children in the room) I don't know who came up with the form. It could be a really great tool. As it was used in this instance, it makes my attempt to get useful and timely info from the school a worthless piece of paper that gives no one any information. I'm so sick of this.