This year, despite including one of our toughest groups of boys is actually going very well. The students who cause trouble in most other classes follow the rules in mine and speak respectfully to me. We enjoy a rapport. My classes are all in line, and we're having an enjoyable class, with the exception of a single student, and an A student nonetheless. I've had her brother and sister in my class and they were wonderful. This student however, has a very disrespectful attitude. She will break a rule, and when I call her out on it, will try to rope me into an argument. I know better than to argue, so I just enforce a consequence. She will usually try to escalate, which unfortunately for her escalates the consequence from just a time-out to a lunch detention, or a phone call home. I've had to call home twice for her so far, today being one of the times. That's not really frequent compared to some of my other students, but her reaction to them is very troublesome (probably because she is an A student). So as an example, I had kids doing work today, respectfully listening as I have them take notes on my lecture, and she starts packing up early. She and the entire class know that I am the bell, and I am the one who tells them when to pack up. They've been trained in this, and the rest of the class was admirably following procedure. I ask her to take her work back out. She does for a second, but as soon as I look away, she starts packing up again. I tell her I will have her in at lunch for wasting my class time. She rudely states that she's not going to come in. I don't really care because we have yard duties that escort students, so I ignore her comments (as always) and have her escorted to my class. When she gets to my class for lunch, she immediately asks to use the restroom. I say okay, provided she return in a short period of time. About 15 minutes pass, and students and the Principal mention that they see her wandering around the campus hanging out with her friends. I have the principal grab her and bring her to my room, and I inform her that she will need to call home. She tells me she will not call home, she did nothing wrong (a frequent claim of hers) and refuses to dial her father's number. I call home for her, and inform the parent very accurately and calmly, what has been done and said by the student. Father proceeds to ream her for being disrespectful for essentially the remainder of the lunch period. We agree upon another lunch detention tomorrow (she should use the restroom before). I pass by her classroom on my way somewhere else during another period, and she loudly proclaims "Shut the door! I don't want to see his face!" to her current teacher regarding me (I passed by in a split second). This student has historically told me she hates my class and doesn't like me. My only response is, "That's too bad. Sorry to hear that." I don't really care if she doesn't like me, I will continue to hold her accountable to the rules and treat her as politely and kindly as possible. However, I am stuck with what to do during our lunch detention tomorrow. I tend to like to have logical consequences that fit the crime. In this case, I believe the crime is speaking disrespectfully to adults and defiance. It's hard for me to think of a good way to spend her lunch detention working on improving these things. Any ideas? My current idea is to generate a list of ways to respond in certain situations and have her roleplay those with me, such as, me asking her to do something that she really doesn't want to do. I don't expect her to really take it seriously, but it might be a fitting consequence. Any other ideas?