Remember that boy I mentioned last time that couldn't stay on the carpet? Well, he seems to be getting worse everyday. We had an SST to discuss him and it concluded that I would get a TA for an hour a day and that I would have his mother come in for about 30-minutes in the day. Mom didn't come today and the boy is really out of control. I tried to start a behavioral contract and it didn't work. When he's in the library all day I will go and get him. He'll clasp his hands to the bean bag or bookshelf and I will try to sit him up. Verbal prompts don't work with him, so I'll try to coax him up. I'll hold him to my side and sort of walk him towards his seat while holding him next to me. I'm not sure if this is proper procedure? Should I even be trying to get him to go to a certain place by pulling him in that direction? He left the classroom and went into the hall. I tried to get him to come to me by holding his hands and tugging a bit to get him going and he didn't budge. He instead "falls" to the floor where sometimes he bumps his head. What can I do? Help? I was told to call the office and have the Principal go get him when he goes out into the hall. Won't that make me look as an inefficient teacher? I have 19 other students that I have neglected because of this one student who won't listen to me at all. I took away his recess and lunch recess today, but I really hate doing that to Kindergartners because I know that they need to release that built up energy. I'm also starting to take away priviledges like playing with toys or participating with us when we do fun movement lessons. Am I doing the right thing? What's your opinion?