So we have a student who seems to be used to getting her own way. When she started school she was in one teacher's class-went home saying she was mean, wanted to be in this other class. They moved her . Now she wants to go back to her 1st class and of course, they aren't moving her again. Well she started throwing tantrums daily-crying, screaming, throwing things. The crying doesn't even have any tears-just screams (everyone on the hall can hear her). The teacher puts on a Dr. Jean cd and turns it up, she screams louder. There was a sub in there Wednesday and apparently between ancillary and coming back to her room, she disappeared. They found her at the bus stop at the end of the block. AP talked to parents. Next day, went to the restroom with another student, ran again. Today the teacher was out again and they put her in my room. We were going to the restroom as a class and then I couldn't find her. Looked everywhere, caught an admin in the hall-ran outside to look for her (wearing clogs with a pretty high heel for me, not good running shoes). She had ducked out a side door, ran through the parking lot, down the street about a block and had been picked up in a car by a school parent!!!! Child told the P that she's going to keep running away until they tell her mom she doesn't have to come back to school. So the solution - P e-mailed everyone and said don't let her go anywhere during the day. Ummm, they go to lunch, they go to ancillary, recess, dismissal, restroom-are we supposed to chain this child to us? 3 days in a row same inappropriate behavior, thanking my lucky stars that nothing happened to her today and hoping they won't give her to me again (although they probably wouldn't trust me now anyway:unsure.