If he doesn't have an IEP then you need to start the ball rolling
for child study, intervention, or whatever you call it when you
meet with the parents and staff to get him tested.
In either case, be sure you are documenting what is happening
in the classroom.
On 10/02/16, Stressed wrote:
> I have an autistic child in my class who does not talk as in
> conversations. This child has memorized cartoons and
> repeats the dialogue to almost yelling all day long. This
> child will be quiet and work on assignments when the
> resource teacher is in the room. I have used picture
> schedules behavior picture cards without ant hope.
> When I show him a card and tell him no scripting he yells
> no! Everyone leaves with a headache at the end of the
> day. This child has become violent at times hitting,
> spitting and throwing things. The other students are
> becoming frustrated. I dread going to work each day.