good morning had to share this...... got difficult child's school schedule. huge transition into middle school. she has ten periods a day. I was assured she would be in one corridor and it wouldn't be that confusing. well, we did walk thru yesterday. took her 30 tries to get locker open, yet she did it. she has to walk into bldg. alone, and very far into bldg. to get to staircase to go to 2nd flr. homeroom and her locker. from there she has to travel basically throughout the bldg. throughtout the day. im a grown up and i got lost easily and i do not have the issues she has. tried calling school to speak to them about reviewing the accomodations, the plan also to see what we can do to make her classes closer if at all possible, also they gave her wrong locker and one wrong class. no one in till first day of school tuesday. school begins at 7:30 if many of you remember difficult child couldnt' get in door at elementary school by 9 a.m. due to anxiety and lack of sleep. nor could she walk thru side door with rest of kids to her class only ten feet away (paranoia and anxiety thought everyone was talking about her). so, i can't truly see how difficult child will be able to pull this off. we have no supports right now still searching for therapist and also pyschdoc. she's been up till 3 and 6 a.m. past two weeks due to anxiety and slight mania. shes' been irritable, volatile, nasty, disrespectful you name it. i am working with her peditrician right now on medications till we get a psychdoc. i researched luvox which we have never tried and klonipin. i think i'm giong to try luvox tmrw nite. waiting for dr. to call it in. what does anyone else do at this point when your kid is transitioning from elementary school to middle school like this? did they sink or survive? if they didnt' cut it what did you do? at this point if she cant' pull it off i'm thinking i'll have to fight to get home tutors for her and home school till point i can shove her back in the flow if ever.