Go find another school system and try again.
The abovementioned should not be an option. To quote Winston Churchill, "Death is the only thing there is no way out of." (He might have been quoting someone else, but that is beside the point). I can compile this for you about school administrators in general:I really am ready to commit suicide
1. They want to do as little about discipline as possible.
2. You, the classroom teacher, will be expected to do as much discipline as possible.
3. High numbers of referrals to the office will usually bring bad karma to the teacher in some fashion, and high will be subjective.
4. Nepotism is a frequent hazard, but can also be your ally. Cultivate relationships with the powerful and positioned that don't disgust you personally, and all will be well.
These are all varying in degree. Like I said go to another school system, and try again. If you get the same result there, go try a community college. It might suit you better, and gives a chance to teach adults (who actually want to learn something). In any case, never give up. I do not know your religious background- you can follow the link below to a good place if you tend toward Christianity. It has been of some use to me, and it might you. Good Luck, and don't stop following your dream.