Hi. I just wanted you to know that medicines are a parents decision, and not the schools. There is a law that was passed called the 'child safety medication act of 2000'
This law was passed to stop schools from persuading parents to medicate their children. It was getting out of hand, and schools are not medical professionals and have no business doing this.
Since teacher said 'but the teacher actually asked me questions like "who is doctor" and "think about talking to the doctor and see what he says"
this is the teachers 'round a bout' way of pushing the meds without actually coming out with it, cause she know she could get in trouble for that.
Of course if it is your choice to use medicines, that is fine. As for your childs problems, I am wondering if there 'could' be learning problems? I am not saying there is, but lots of times, some children do have problems with learning and they react by 'acting out' in some way because of the frustration. And the teacher notices this instead of the learning problems.
If you ever do feel this could be the problem, you can write and ask for school to test him and see if he can qualify for special ed to help him. The ONLY way that schools are LEGALLY required to help children if they have these type of problems is if the child is in special ed.
Teachers are usually very helpful to help the child, but unless the child is in special ed, the teacher does NOT have to help the child.
I hope I didn't offend you, it's just my experience to have learned thru the internet of some children being this way.