My son is in kindergarten this year, he goes to school with another little boy that I have been told has A.D.H.D. Every day while the children line up for school the other little boy is pretty mean and nasty to my son. He hits, slaps, spits, pushes, and yells at my son. It doesn't seem the boy has parents around him much. He is dropped off and picked up from school by daycare providers. The providers are usually busy with the other children they tend to. Today I asked if the daycare provider would correct the behavior when said boy was pushing and yelling at my son. She shrugged and told me there wasn't much she could do because he has ADHD. Teachers are aware of the situation, and he gets sent to the office a lot. Aside from the teacher handling it while he is in class. Is there something I can be doing to help this situation before school starts? I feel like a child with ADHD isn't/shouldn't just be given up on and no longer has to abide by the rules. But would love some tips on how I can make things better for my son by working in a nice way with the other boy! I have no experience with ADHD, but my son is very patient, and never hits back. Usually just goes sadly to the back of the line after being ordered to do so by the other child. I do fear eventually my son is going to have a crappy day or his patience is going to run out. So all advice I can get would be great to nip this in the butt. Thank you for reading this long question.