I am tired of calling home to parents who blame the teacher. I called home to speak with a mom about behavior and she said: -My son says that you yell at him and you don't like him. (Mom said that I yell at the student when he is supposed to be working with his partner. I do not yell at the student at all. I would also not yell at a student if he is talking about the math when it is time to talk. I just redirect him if he is off task or talking when he is not supposed to be.) -My son said that you didn't let him go to the bathroom. (Students have to wait in line to go to the bathroom and they should not call out and interrupt a lesson to ask. They ask during independent or partner work. Students can go if it's truly an emergency. I told mom she needs to talk to the nurse if her son needs bathroom privileges.) -My son says that you do not help him when he needs help. (Students have to ask their partner before they ask me. Unfortunately, this student was throwing paper balls at his partner. That's the expectation because I have 34 students in one class. This student talks while I go over the work and also calls out/disrupts the class. He is not focused when I go over the work. I would love to be able to sit with this student when he has a question but the class size and behavior of the other students makes this impossible.) I have extra help Tuesdays and Wednesdays after school. Mom said that he cannot attend either day and can only attend on Thursday. I am not available on Thursdays. I am tired of the same behavior issues from these kids whose parents do not seem to understand. I will not be calling this mom again because it doesn't seem to help. I feel that it just does a disservice to the kid. How do you respond to this?