What some parents (and teachers) may not realize is that kids with ADHD do not intentionally act out in class. They want to listen and sit still, but they don't know how or can't control their little bodies to do that. Monkey draws (a lot!) in class, but that doesn't mean that he's not listening. He makes noises while working, he wiggles and moves and gets distracted. That's what ADHD is and it is not his fault and he is not a bad kid. However, that is what his teacher was making him feel like with all of her punitive consequences. When a child feels as though being themselves in wrong and they are going to be punished for it, of course they are going to start not liking going to the place where they are getting treated that way. I really don't want Monk to hate school. He loves learning and shouldn't be made to feel as though he is a bad kid just because he has some movement and concentration issues that are not his fault. He is only 6 and, yes, he needs to learn how to manage his ADHD. But, that doesn't mean that he should be punished for just being himself. Teachers (and some parents) really need to learn how to work with their child's disability rather than punishing them for it.
To see the behavior chart that we use for school, check out the website where I found it:http://acupcakefortheteacher.blogspot.com/2013/04/behavior-calendars-editable-option.html
Also, here is the "Choice Chart" that we use at home: