I am currently on an action plan for class management. This year 4 out of 5 classes are going well. I told the principal at the beginning of the semester my 5th class wasn't going well. He hadn't been in their a single time until my unscheduled informal this week. He focused mostly of the things that were not going well. He also put of my eval (the first time he even mentioned it to me!) that teachers made complaints about my 7th hour. First off, I told him there were issues a month and a half ago. 2nd of all, when I told him 1/3 of the things the other teachers told him were not true his only response was "that's what they told me." One of the teachers told him that they pulled out kids to "help me". These people have done nothing to help me and that claim is laughable. Secondly, I have only written referrals for that class and the consequences have been consistently lower than the minimum. For instance, last week a girl in that class refused to leave when I told her to step out (she was disturbing the class and refused to stop), she stood up and started yelling at me and cursed me out. Her consequence was one day in ISS that she served 3 school days (and 5 days total later). How is this fair? I scheduled a meeting with the 10th grade ap to discuss but "something came up" and she was a no show. I think at this point I should tell the principal. How can I get them to listen to me if I have -110% support. Over 1/2 of my students from my first 4 classes, have As and Bs btw. Thoughts of what to do?