5 added 78 characters in body
source | link

Your best non-offensive way to answer that type of stuff is a smile with a deflecting comment like, "Hey, that's not robotics!" and start talking about something else without answering the question.

Note that "Hey, that's not robotics!" is a deflecting statement instead of a question (which the girl could answer, her answer would take the topic back away from robotics). If the question is received literally then it could be experienced as hurtful.

They're teenagers in a girl's school, you don't have to give them a "verbal slap" - unless one or a few of them keeps it up and/or starts getting closer to you or something.

The code of conduct comment is a good one - ask about it and talk to someone about it - explain that you want to keep this from becoming a problem.

Your best non-offensive way to answer that type of stuff is a smile with a deflecting comment like, "Hey, that's not robotics!" and start talking about something else without answering the question.

Note that "Hey, that's not robotics!" is a deflecting statement instead of a question (which the girl could answer, her answer would take the topic back away from robotics)

They're teenagers in a girl's school, you don't have to give them a "verbal slap" - unless one or a few of them keeps it up and/or starts getting closer to you or something.

The code of conduct comment is a good one - ask about it and talk to someone about it - explain that you want to keep this from becoming a problem.

Your best non-offensive way to answer that type of stuff is a smile with a deflecting comment like, "Hey, that's not robotics!" and start talking about something else without answering the question.

Note that "Hey, that's not robotics!" is a deflecting statement instead of a question (which the girl could answer, her answer would take the topic back away from robotics). If the question is received literally then it could be experienced as hurtful.

They're teenagers in a girl's school, you don't have to give them a "verbal slap" - unless one or a few of them keeps it up and/or starts getting closer to you or something.

The code of conduct comment is a good one - ask about it and talk to someone about it - explain that you want to keep this from becoming a problem.

4 I'm the OP and I'm offended by it.
source | link

You're a man (a male over 18) in the US dealing with girls.
By girls I mean females under the age of consent.

You really shouldn't be in the classroom without another adult present, I would think. If this isn't true, consider requesting it.

Your best non-offensive way to answer that type of stuff is a smile with a deflecting comment like, "Hey, that's not robotics!" and start talking about something else without answering the question.

Note that "Hey, that's not robotics!" is a deflecting statement instead of a question (which the girl could answer, her answer would take the topic back away from robotics)

They're teenagers in a girl's school, you don't have to give them a "verbal slap" - unless one or a few of them keeps it up and/or starts getting closer to you or something.

The code of conduct comment is a good one - ask about it and talk to someone about it - explain that you want to keep this from becoming a problem.

Hope That Helps

P.S.
Someone edited out my comment "You really shouldn't be in the classroom without another adult present" and said it was possibly offensive.
I have added it back because I feel it is important. I doubt the OP would be offended by this - he's a great guy to be volunteering his time and to be asking for advice here on something he sees might be a problem.

You're a man (a male over 18) in the US dealing with girls.
By girls I mean females under the age of consent.

You really shouldn't be in the classroom without another adult present, I would think. If this isn't true, consider requesting it.

Your best non-offensive way to answer that type of stuff is a smile with a deflecting comment like, "Hey, that's not robotics!" and start talking about something else without answering the question.

Note that "Hey, that's not robotics!" is a deflecting statement instead of a question (which the girl could answer, her answer would take the topic back away from robotics)

They're teenagers in a girl's school, you don't have to give them a "verbal slap" - unless one or a few of them keeps it up and/or starts getting closer to you or something.

The code of conduct comment is a good one - ask about it and talk to someone about it - explain that you want to keep this from becoming a problem.

Hope That Helps

P.S.
Someone edited out my comment "You really shouldn't be in the classroom without another adult present" and said it was possibly offensive.
I have added it back because I feel it is important. I doubt the OP would be offended by this - he's a great guy to be volunteering his time and to be asking for advice here on something he sees might be a problem.

Your best non-offensive way to answer that type of stuff is a smile with a deflecting comment like, "Hey, that's not robotics!" and start talking about something else without answering the question.

Note that "Hey, that's not robotics!" is a deflecting statement instead of a question (which the girl could answer, her answer would take the topic back away from robotics)

They're teenagers in a girl's school, you don't have to give them a "verbal slap" - unless one or a few of them keeps it up and/or starts getting closer to you or something.

The code of conduct comment is a good one - ask about it and talk to someone about it - explain that you want to keep this from becoming a problem.

3 added 680 characters in body
source | link

You're a man (a male over 18) in the US dealing with girls.
By girls I mean females under the age of consent.

You really shouldn't be in the classroom without another adult present, I would think. If this isn't true, consider requesting it.

Your best non-offensive way to answer that type of stuff is a smile with a deflecting comment like, "Hey, that's not robotics!" and start talking about something else without answering the question.

Note that "Hey, that's not robotics!" is a deflecting statement instead of a question (which the girl could answer, her answer would take the topic back away from robotics)

They're teenagers in a girl's school, you don't have to give them a "verbal slap" - unless one or a few of them keeps it up and/or starts getting closer to you or something. 

The code of conduct comment is a good one - ask about it and talk to someone about it - explain that you want to keep this from becoming a problem.

HTHHope That Helps

P.S.
Someone edited out my comment "You really shouldn't be in the classroom without another adult present" and said it was possibly offensive.
I have added it back because I feel it is important. I doubt the OP would be offended by this - he's a great guy to be volunteering his time and to be asking for advice here on something he sees might be a problem.

You're a man (a male over 18) in the US dealing with girls.
By girls I mean females under the age of consent.

You best non-offensive way to answer that type of stuff is a smile with a deflecting comment like, "Hey, that's not robotics!" and start talking about something else without answering the question.

They're teenagers in a girl's school, you don't have to give them a "verbal slap" - unless one or a few of them keeps it up and/or starts getting closer to you or something.

The code of conduct comment is a good one - ask about it and talk to someone about it - explain that you want to keep this from becoming a problem.

HTH

You're a man (a male over 18) in the US dealing with girls.
By girls I mean females under the age of consent.

You really shouldn't be in the classroom without another adult present, I would think. If this isn't true, consider requesting it.

Your best non-offensive way to answer that type of stuff is a smile with a deflecting comment like, "Hey, that's not robotics!" and start talking about something else without answering the question.

Note that "Hey, that's not robotics!" is a deflecting statement instead of a question (which the girl could answer, her answer would take the topic back away from robotics)

They're teenagers in a girl's school, you don't have to give them a "verbal slap" - unless one or a few of them keeps it up and/or starts getting closer to you or something. 

The code of conduct comment is a good one - ask about it and talk to someone about it - explain that you want to keep this from becoming a problem.

Hope That Helps

P.S.
Someone edited out my comment "You really shouldn't be in the classroom without another adult present" and said it was possibly offensive.
I have added it back because I feel it is important. I doubt the OP would be offended by this - he's a great guy to be volunteering his time and to be asking for advice here on something he sees might be a problem.

2 remove possibly offensive part
source | link
1
source | link