Many of the specialists at my school go by Miss/Mr. firstname. However, that always felt a little too preschool for me, and I want the students to think of me as just any other teacher in my specific position, not as a "specialist" that does something else. So understandably, one of the teachers at the beginning of last year kept calling me Miss firstname. I had to correct him several times. However, the one student I had in his class moved out just a few weeks into the school year, so it was really no longer relevant- there just weren't situations where he'd use my "teacher name." However, this year I have several students in his class, and he has again been calling me Miss firstname. Again, I've corrected him several times and even explained the reasoning behind it, but he doesn't seem to remember. I'm going on a field trip with his class next week. Would you just let it go, or how can I handle this? I feel so rude constantly correcting...but I don't want the students in his class to know me by a different name than everyone else.