I would ask the teacher for their opinion. I have done so as all my kids are really active and full on at home. My sons teacher agreed and I asked for a letter from her noting his behaviour to take to doc to get a referral. But my daughters teacher said no way at all is there a problem and she was very attentive in class time.
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