OK, there are two students who are notorious for making noises and whistling. So on Friday, someone was being obnoxious and disrupting my lesson so I wrote someone up and sent him to the office. I knew I was writing up the wrong person BUT I was waiting for the guilty person to fess up. Everyone in the class knew who the real culprit was but he refused to admit guilt. It got to the point where other students were admitting that they were whistling just to keep me from sending an innocent student down. I told the innocent student to take the referral down. Later, the P walks back with the innocent student and talks to me in the hall saying the student didn't do anything. This was true and I told him I was about to e-mail him the real culprit and that he did not immediately admit guilt. Then I told the P the guilty person and the P told me to get him. Once outside, he hemmed and hawwed but finally said he was the one bothering students...... Now, I tried to talk to the P after school and he said, "Go enjoy your weekend. We'll discuss this on Monday." So I ask quickly, "Is everything good?" and he said, "We'll talk about it on Monday." Looking back at the situation, I guess I shouldn't have sent the wrong person down to the office BUT I was waiting and waiting for the real guilty person to fess up... I figure that wasn't the correct way to handle that situation. I hope the P doesn't come down too hard on me for this!