I have a student who stares at me. A lot. And it's starting to bother me. In September, I would notice her staring at me during work time, so I'd ask her if she had a question. She almost always said yes, so I figured she was too shy to put her hand up and that was her way of letting me know that she needed my help. Well, I don't think that's the case anymore. You know when someone catches you staring at them and you immediately look away? Yeah, she doesn't do that. She'll continue to stare. Sometimes she smiles, but not in a good way. In a "I'm laughing at you" way. If it had been a one-time thing, I would have thought that maybe I had something on my face, or my zipper was down or something, but it's happened often enough that it can't be that. Sometimes she laughs outloud. To herself. While staring at me. The kids who sit around her look at her like she's crazy. What made me really uncomfortable was Friday. I caught her staring at me, asked her if she had a question and she said no. She continued to stare as I walked around the room. The class was writing a test and she got done early. She had some homework out and was "working" on that, but everytime I came into her line of sight, she would stop what she was doing and stare. Follow me with her eyes. It made me really uncomfortable. Anyway, to get to my point...what do I do? Should I say something to her? Her parents? Guidance? I teach grade 9, so it's not as if she may not be aware of social conventions. Any advice would be appreciated.