I have a child who is consistently in a world of her own. She brings toys to school, and keeps them hidden. I take them when I see them but it is an endless supply. She hoards kleenex pieces (takes them secretively and then hides them) to build little beds in her pencil boxes. She will line up two pencils and make a game out of playing with them. She also doodles constantly. Whatever she has available, even if it's next to nothing, she finds a way to play with it. I have restricted access to her desk, gone through her desk with her, called home, documented via the school system, but nothing seems to deter her. I dislike writing discipline referrals for her because, when someone else is reading about it, it seems like a minor problem and one I should be able to control. However, I feel like I have literally tried everything. She is off task often and doesn't get a lot of work done. For example, during writing she will often sit and draw pictures in her writing notebook, despite lots of reminders to write. She is at grade level and can do most of the work in most subjects. She doesn't mind staying in for recess, so when I dole out that punishment for being off task, it has little effect on her. Would you keep writing discipline referrals? Is there anything else I can do?