It isn't " bullying" .... There is no aggression just odd. Examples: D gave every kid in history class his number but ds stating he didn't want my son to call him in a sneering tone.
Then another time they were making up work in the same classroom and D tells DS " sometimes I have mood swings about you. Sometimes I think you are hilarious , sometimes I absolutely hate you or find you annoying. I know we have stuff in common and you will always just BE in my classes because we both have high scores."
DS.didn't know what to say or do so he just said "I've got no problem with you. You and were okay last year. I like you, we are not in competition."
Well, they've been paired up for an art class project. ( yay.) DS talked to me tonight explain the D is playing passive agressive yet again... This time, too the point of telling my son they are not partners ( teacher pairs, they are)
After explaining that before the wheel was invented, I used to pass actual, handwritten notes to my friends in the hall or slip it in thier locker. :-p
I suggested a note with no aggression and no exclamation points. Say what he needs to and tell this kid to pick a side.
He likes this idea very much, i asked if he wanted my help ( no) may i read it if I promise not to make suggestions? ( I need to do this myself)
Lol do you know how bad I want to look it it over for POV and intent of voice? Driving me nuts!
But he is right, it's time I let him try to fix his own issues ....and be back up at a moments notice. :-)