I am a first year teacher and I teach first grade. I have an extremely defiant student in my class. I have issues with this student every single day. She does not complete her work, she wanders around the classroom and bothers other students while they are working. She will not complete her work, and she takes supplies from my cabinet without asking. She cuts pages out of her journal and throws them on the floor. Today, my class was lining up for PE, and she would not join the class in line. She sat on the ground and would not get up. After asking her several times to join the group, she still would not. Another teacher took my class to PE, and I stayed with her trying to talk her into going to PE. I called administration to come get her, and when they arrived, she began kicking, and screaming. It took both the Principal and AP to physically pick her up, and they had to carry her to the front office. She also started running around the classroom, knocking things over and shoving and throwing chairs and desks around. She sat in the office for 2 hours, and then returned to my class after lunch. She still did not do any of her work. I don't know what to do with this child. She is failing every subject because she does not complete her work. I have talked to her mother, and her mother told me, "if you let her be your special helper and help you with tasks in the classroom, maybe she will be more proactive in class." However, I don't believe rewarding her for her poor behavior is the right thing to do. She is on 3 different medications. I am looking for any advice or help in dealing with this student.