I've had a horrible time with students who are uncontrollable in the classroom. The parents claim they have ADHD and won't do anything to correct the behavior themselves. I don't mean to sound hateful, because I know this condition does affect some kids, but why do I have to sacrifice an entire lesson to one student's antics over and over again? At the beginning of the year, I was given a problematic 6th period with 3 ADHD kids and one kid with severe behavior disturbances (she wanted to fight everyone, even me). The class became a nightmare and no one was learning anything. Finally, the VP came in and decided to take three students out. I targeted the two most disruptive ADHD students and the one with behavior disturbances. (She was moved to a emotional/behavior classroom.) THEN.... the guidance counselors said they could only move one of the others... and he was only going to be moved into another class of mine. The guidance counselors in their infinite wisdom decided to put this extremely disruptive, disrespectful student in with the honors class! What the heck!?! Now he is disturbing that class. I'm really at my wits end. Plus, he's not doing any work no matter how hard I get on his case so he is going to be back in my class again next year. What do I do?