Students and teachers have a unique relationship. We aren't supposed to be friends, and really, if you make the decision that you don't like your teacher, that's okay too. You don't have to like your teacher to have a rewarding experience in the class.
If you perform poorly on a test, you will get honest and direct feedback. If you decide to cheat on a test, you will be held responsible for that.
You will be held to high standards, even if you do not hold yourself to those high standards. Teachers do this because I care about you and your education.
In education, being fair to everyone is not being equal to everyone. All students are not at the same level, and I will teach accordingly.
In the end, it is okay if you don't like me. You aren't going to like everyone out there. That DOES NOT change the fact that you are in a math class with high personal and educational expectations and I will hold you to them. Remember why I, and other teachers do that, because I really do care about your success.
And in any curriculum out there for mathematics, liking your teacher isn't one of them. That still doesn't absolve you from doing what you are supposed to be doing!
In closing, remember my door is always open, for any help, guidance, extra practice, or anything else like that. I'm always here for you.