difficult child is in 7th grade and diagnosed Aspergers. He can be very annoying at times. We've had multiple problems with the bus. He's teased incessantly and often comes home crying. I've called the school multiple times asking them to intercede. I rarely get any follow-up. Earlier this week, I noticed my son didn't get off the bus and the bus remained at it's last stop. I walked over to see what was going on. Turns out he was irritating kid A, poking him. Words were exchanged. Kid A gets off the bus. Kid B, that had been sitting next to Kid A, walks over to my son (seated) and starts punching him in the face/head. The bus driver is screaming at Kid B to stop and he doesn't. Finally he stops, she says she's calling the police and and Kid B says 'Good'. Police, ambulance, school officials show up. Kid B is placed in the back of the police car. They check out my son and I sign that he doesn't need to go to the emergency room. Kid B, police, parents and school officials stand outside and talk for 20. Police leave. I take my son home. As school officials are leaving, I approach the vice principal. He tells me my son iniatiated it and that two other witnesses state my son was throwing punches too. Mind you, he couldn't fight his way out of a paper bag and during this incident, never left his seat. The other boy was a year older and standing over him during this whole incident. My son's face is swollen and bruised and he has scratches on his neck. Both boys were suspended for 4 days. I really don't know where to take this anymore. I've complained to the school. I've called the district dean of discipline when another boy jumped my son earlier this year. Nothing is done. Luckily there are only 6 days in the school year left. I've already put my house up for sale as we've had multiple other issues with the neighbor kids (throwing rocks at the windows, egging our house). We're leaving anyways, do I drop it? I'm concerned this suspension will now be in his record so his new school will already earmark him as a troublemaker.