Thanks, but now I'm late for class. I'd have a good day if it didn't have such a bad start.
Here is your schedule and have a great day!
At the corner
What's going on
Lois and her moving military family has just arrived in Metropolis, and Lois has just arrived at school. She immediately goes to the office to get her schedule and locker information. While there she sees a group of goth looking people who she would learn were named the warheads. She got her stuff, but not before the bell rang and she was late for class.
Oh be quiet, it is fine. She needs to learn how to deal with these things
This is not ok, you have to stop whoever is doing this to her!!
On her way to class she turned the corner and saw 2 men and a student. She hid behind the corner and listened to the conversation. She didn't want to be caught in the act as she wanted to have a low profile at the new school, but her curiosity lead her to listen.
You are a natural, and I want you to be in my writing group!
Oh wow than you! It would be my honor.
The girls name was Anavi and one of the men was the principal, but she did not know who the other man was. Anavi was complaining to the principal about how a group named the warheads were bullying her. The principal though said that she should toughen up and learn to control the situation herself. Lois thought this was terrible so she wanted to put her input on the conversation.
I can't wait to see what the future holds!
Lois joined in and stood up for Anavi, saying that the principal should be doing something about this and not let it happen to the girl. The principal did not like this saying that it was not her right to say that. He also said that he knew she was new and that she should try to keep a lower profile as he had seen her rebel like record from other schools. She disregarded this and kept talking.
Once the conversation had died down, and the principal and Anavi left it was just Lois and the mysterious man, who she learned was named Perry. He said that she was a natural for wanting to know more about something and digging for it. He said that she should come to a writing group called the Scoop at the Daily Planet for a newspaper internship. She accepted and was thrilled. She saw this as a chance to make new friends and do something she always like to do. Write.
Lois made it class that day with new hope for her school, and excited to see what her future holds. She could do all sorts of things because no one knew her, and that felt good to her.