Okay, so this isn't directly related to trumpets, but I didn't know where to put this thread. Anyways, as you probably guessed from the title, I'm the section leader of the trumpets. It's not as glamorous as one might perceive. I try to be a mellow person, but my section gets on my very last nerve. There's this one girl in particular, this is her second year in high school band and third year overall. She asks questions that I have no clue how she doesn't know about the music, like how to finger F# or B below the staff. We learned all of this in beginning band, and she has a foundations book with a fingering chart. Not to mention, she also wants to move to second chair. If you don't know the basics, what makes you think you're moving up a chair? When I try to instruct her on what to do, she ignores everything I said. She's gotten in trouble with the band director many times, but proceeds in these actions. I'm not going to baby her and teach her every note and rhythm step by step. Do you guys have any tips on what to do? I have tried to be a section leader to my best abilities, but they just seem to treat me like I'm their equal.