I posted a month or so ago for advice about putting my son in my PreK class versus putting him in the class next door. Well, against my better judgement, I put him in the class next door. All of my mom instincts told me not to, but everyone around me said I shouldn't have in my room. Today is our third day of school and I already had to have my husband come and pick him up. It has been an absolute nightmare to have him next door. He screams and cries whenever I take him to class in the morning. He runs out and over here 10 times a day and then it's the same thing again to get him back to class. He won't sit at the lunch table because I'm in there. He just follows me around and says "I want you mom." I've tried to just hand him over and walk away, but then I can hear him through the walls. I have resisted the urge to intervene until today. I don't even know what started it, but he did not want to go to music class. The student teacher had to carry him in and then he threw a fit and hit the teachers. His regular teacher took him back to class with her and when he saw me walk by, he came running out. I had him call his dad and they talked about it and he said he would go back to class. He got there in time to go get the class from music and when he found out that he missed it, he went off again. I just went and got him and called my husband to pick him up. I put him in a chair in my room and he sat there until dad came. Once he was in my room for about 30 seconds, he calmed down and just sat in the chair. I don't know what to do. I'm really angry with him for acting like that, but I can also kind of see his side. Every time he sees me in the hall it's like getting dropped off all over again. I'm also really embarrassed because I know it's already gone through the school that I had to send my own son home today. Just a side note, I have an appointment with the psycholgist tomorrow to talk about getting some evaluations for ADHD...don't know if it will help with this or not. Please give me some ideas to make this easier for him. My girls (3 of them) NEVER had any problem like this at school.