Long story short, I have a student who acts out, particularly when dad is not around and grandma is taking care of him. He spent time in the office because he was swearing at another student. There's NO support at home for what he does at school... Dad is saying we as a school are not doing enough for the kid. I have a whole-class behavior plan, provide detailed notes about behavior daily, give a weekly summary of behavior, reward for positive behavior (including extra incentives that dad is supposed to be following through with at home), etc. He's a capable student (earns Bs) but dad wants him in sped for ADHD (but has not had him evaluated despite our school's recommendation to do so if he feels that is the issue). When this child gets his way, he can stay focused for longer periods of time than his peers. But when he doesn't want to do something? No way! (And he'll even say, "But I don't want to!" and cry about it... This is first grade!) Is there something I'm missing that I should be doing?