So...my difficult child was officially kicked out of summer camp for the rest of the day on Friday. One of the counselors called my on my cell and one of us had horrible service, so all I got was "he's being too violent"..."pregnant woman"..."has to leave. Sorry." I said I would be right there (I was leaving early and already crying when he called as I felt AWFUL with, possibly, the flu). When I got there, there were 2 girls sitting at a table who just looked at me when I walked in. I told them I was there for my difficult child. She said she saw my son crying a lot since she's been there. I asked what had happened before and she had no clue! They had just done a shift change... I asked what the man on the phone had been talking about... No clue. Well, where was he? Oh, he left, already. So... Where's my son's journal (the one where they record any incidents throughout the day)? They don't know... I look under some papers on the table and find it...NOT written in. I see my son playing ball with some girls and it's, of course, a struggle to get him to come over. He finally does, but then, quickly, runs away to the other side of the room to get some bag filled with nuts and candy...maybe some cereal... He said he was going to make an ice cream sundae with the melted mess. I threw it away. So, upon asking my son what he did, he didn't know (of course). After threatening to make him go to bed at 6pm, he finally came out with something along the lines of repeatedly throwing a ball at some girl and a staff member. He wanted to play dodge ball, they didn't... Bah... Gaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What do I have to do to work with these people and my child?! I can't even call them during the day because the # they gave me to call them is someone's cell phone that's never answered! When I give them my work # to call me, they call my cell phone (no matter how many times I tell them i CAN'T answer my cell at work). *sigh* What the heck will tomorrow bring?! Who do I have to fight with?! Mondays are the days I have to go straight to work and have no time to even drop my son off (husband does it). husband has to leave immediately after the drop off as camp opens at 8:15 and he has to be at work by 8:30. The camp makes no acceptions to making time for parents before or after camp to discuss issues. When my difficult child has had problems during the day, the staff wouldn't discuss it with my husband or me as they were in a hurry and had no time to talk. This isn't fair!!! I have nowhere else to put my difficult child for the summer!!!!!!!!!!