I don't see where the school district psychiatric kept "significant in there but I'll go over it again tomorrow to make sure. Anyway, she left something in that she told me she'd take out. Other than that, by only big issue is that she says any threats of violence or harm to self or others should be taken seriously and school district should do threat assessment and if they do this, they should make sure they get all documentation from previous neuropsychologist report, etc. Now, what concerns me with this is that if she turned "difficult child threatened to hurt another child with knife" into "difficult child had serious act of aggression toward another child", then what in the world will the regular school district people do? I looked up what "threat assessment" means for our DOE and it's school personnel determining if a kid is a threat to others. Ok, I can see that to a certain extent, but what they do if THEY determine the kid is, is expel the kid. I'm thinking the assessment should be done by a psychiatrist and the kid should be hospitalized if he/she's a threat. Furthermore, the "assessment" they do is only for them to decide if the kid is going to come to school district and kill people- yes, it refers to Cho- but there's nothing about suicide in there. Now really, do you think the school district people are qualified to deetermine if a kid is going to be a Cho? I can see if they talked with a kid who made a threat, but they should refer it to mental health profs at that point, in my humble opinion. And the school district psychiatric is by no means one to do this.