Hi I am currently teaching at a summer science camp with 3th-5th graders. Today, I sat with some students for lunch. One of the students got up and said, "I want eat lunch with my friend, Brody". Brody was sitting beside me. I told him this. He sat back down beside me. He didn't want me sitting with him because he though that I would correct him a lot....which in the class...he is flipping onto the sofa, rough housing with other students. It bothers me when students get up and leave the area when I sit down for lunch. In the last middle school that I taught this has happen to me before. Usually I try to sit with the students that have misbehave in the class to better connect with them. I know that I shouldn't be annoyed by it but it is annoying and kind of hurts (I know kids are not my friends ) Any suggestions on how to better handle the situation?