This is a rather unusual problem, because the subject of this post is technically not breaking any rules. There is someone in several of my classes, who I will call Lucy (short for Lucifer) who basically puts her nose into other people's business in an effort to get them in trouble. The thing is, everything she says is usually true, so telling teachers wouldn't do any good.
For example, we were in first period when another classmate came in about two minutes late. He was sweating and his face was red, so he clearly ran in an effort to get to class on time. The teacher was facing the board and didn't notice him. The guy almost made it to his desk, when Lucy shouted, "Mr. G, Bob is here!" Bob got a detention for being late, and Lucy sat there smirking.
Another time, she tried to get me in trouble. We both have study hall period 10. The rule is that students aren't allowed to leave early and cut study hall, but most teachers don't care. I usually stay on weekdays to do homework, but on Fridays I usually leave. She apparently saw me leave once, and the following Monday she told the teacher, in front of the whole class, that I had been cutting study hall. Fotunately, his response was, "So?" It was kind of funny watching her face when she realized that I wasn't going to get in trouble.
A few months before that, before I knew what she was like, she did get me in trouble. I had been doing math homework in study hall and I didn't understand it. My math teacher is strict, and I knew I had to be able to show him something, so I looked up the answers to the odd-numbered problems in the book. She saw me do this, and told the math teacher, who gave me a zero on the homework.
Now I don't want to make it seem like I go out of my way to break rules, but these are all very minor things, and more importantly, they had nothing to do with her. Her interference was not from a desire to uphold the rules, but to get everyone in trouble. Is there anything I can do about her even though she technically didn't do anything wrong? Or do I have to just deal with it? Thanks for reading.