So...I overheard a few of my boys talking about another teacher's cleavage (a young, attractive teacher who often wears clothes that I don't think are appropriate around teenage boys). She tends to wear "going out" clothes to work each day (tight, short, and flashy). Anyway, I had a talk with them about how it was disrespectful and completely inappropriate to talk about a teacher in that way. Then, I wrote them a referral to the asst. principal. I really wish this teacher wouldn't dress this way, though. I guess she's been told by other teachers and from our administrators about her choice of attire; however, our contract doesn't state what we can and can't wear. Now that I think more about the situation, I feel guilty about writing up my students for their comments. I think reprimanding them verbally would've been enough. Your thoughts?