2nd grader, lowest in my class across the board. He's new to the school next year, and I am already collecting data for the child-assessment team. Mom told me her worries about this academic struggles the moment she dropped him off the first day of school. He's a nice kid, and we've already overcome the first hurdle of him having terrible self-esteem and insisting he couldn't do any work. Hooray! Most days, he's really putting in an effort. We are doing some writing responses, answering questions to something we read. He has been working on answering one question for two days and has managed to write one word. I wrote the response on the board for the whole class after we talked about what the answer was. He was able to copy one word. The next day, I wrote it out on his paper in a high lighter for him to trace. He was able to trace one letter. He doesn't have the best handwriting, but I don't think it's a struggle to write. He can't pay attention. He's rolling on the floor, on his desk, on the table. He's wandering the room. He's talking to me. He's talking to other kids. He is willing to be redirected back to his work, but he won't stay redirected even in quiet environment (He's gone up to the library to try to trace). I've allowed copying, I've allowed tracing. I'm not really sure what to do next for accomondating him.