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Sarah is teaching a classroom of 9 special needs children. She's having a tough year because certain children do not get along with others and some are having a little too much fun together and are completely distracted and rowdy. Unfortunately, she's the only teacher for special needs adolescents so none of the children can be moved to other classrooms. She's taken notes over the course of the last month, recording the problems and positive developments. She asks Anita to review her notes and identify what she can do to improve the situation. The names of the students in the class are as follows: Bob, Sally, Andrew, Billy, Trina, Kate, Elliot, Tim and Ian.
Here are the notes:
Based on the information provided, what do you think Anita should do to help Sarah?