I don't usually step in on another teacher's discipline or issues with their students, but my co-worker asked for my advice and I really disagree with how she is handling a situation with a student at nap. The student I'll call "Jed" never takes a nap. He is a model student at all other times of the day. He plays well in centers and on the playground with friends. He eats well and stays in his seat at lunch. The teacher said Jed is a "jewel" other than at nap. He has been diagnosed with ADHD and takes meds. He does everything he is not supposed to and then some at nap. He talks and plays. She tried giving him some quiet activities but he will not stick to them very long at all. Jed's mother(single mom) suggested moving him to a room by himself, but we have no staff for that. The teacher asked my advice and I told her to try and sit by him and pat his back. She did and this did not work. She gave him books at my suggestion, but he reads them out loud. I understand her frustration, but did not realize until today that she is not allowing him in the treasure box on Fridays due to his nap issues. We both use the traffic light system and if the children have not been on red all week (which for me it takes a lot to get on red;no-one every really does) they get in the treasure box. He has not been in the treasure box all year! I have a problem with this. Thoughts?