I have a pre-k student who is so disruptive and has such bad behavior that I am constantly talking to her. I mentioned to the parents about her behavior and they refuse to believe it is their kid's fault or that she is as bad as I think she is (not that I ever called her bad, but they have this, "Not my child!" attitude. I talked to one teacher who is friend's with the family and she said this girl is so pampered, its not even funny. She is the only child and almost has 4 adults raising her and everything is about this girl and they never say no to her. Well you can tell in class because she never listens! She is almost willing to get in trouble if it means she got to be silly or talk with the other girls. She is so defiant. She is also very bossy and mean to her peers by talking in bratty voices and acting superior. I am having a conference with the parents and I just want to make sure that I approach this the best way. My para and a specials teacher (who is the friend of the family) will sit in on it with me, which I think will be a big help. Do you have any advice for me on how to approach this with the parents? Thanks!