I have a very annoying student in one of my best classes. Overall, his behavior doesn’t impact the group because they are a good group. But he and two other students feed off of each other. This student had an issue with me since the beginning of the year. My procedures are the same as most teachers (no bathroom during the Do Now, don’t ask me to go to the bathroom when I am teaching, etc.) Yesterday, I had the kids start their Do Now. One student (who is a behavior problem in all of her classes) yelled out for an eraser. Even kids in my worst class know that they are not to do that. Another student (annoying kid) yelled out that he had one and got up to give it to her. I gave both of them a warning and this kid yells out “for asking for an eraser?” A student raised his hand and asks to go to the bathroom as I was teaching. I said “no” as always. I got students started on work and another student asked and I said yes. This kid then said “that’s so rude! Another student asked first.” (The kid who asked obviously did not need to go because he didn't ask again for the whole class...lol. He just tries to get attention.) Similar comments occurred. At this point I informed him that there would be a consequence and he said “probably another detention.” I needed a kid to go get something from another teacher’s room. A few kids wanted to go. I chose the kid who had the teacher before and was raising his hand quietly. This kid said it was rude that I didn’t pick a different kid who was yelling out. I kept three kids (this student and the girl who yelled about the eraser and the other kid who yelled back about the eraser) 30 seconds late for a fun activity happening due to behavior. I spoke with this kid after and told him that his behavior was unacceptable. He said it was rude that I didn’t let a different student go to the other teacher’s room. I said that he needed to focus on himself, not my decisions as a teacher. I told him that he has a detention with me and I am also documenting his behavior from today. This kid is bright and a good student. I do a lot for him. I offer him challenges, etc. when he’s done early. His behavior actually improved recently (I saw more of this in the beginning of the year) but yesterday was similar to the behavior I saw earlier.