Ché yawned then managed to stifle it as he walked into class, adjusting his tie as he did so. Some of the girls who were already in smiled and waved which he returned with an even brighter smile.
Now that he was class president he had to be friendly and help everyone! But that wouldn't be hard, all the people in their class were already so nice and he knew a lot of them from Middle School anyway.
There was also the matter of the Tanabata festival and it was coming fast! As class president he wanted to organize the class to go and spend time together at the festival to get to know each other better and to just have a good time in general. Sitting down at his neck next to the window, he pulled his notepad and pencil case out and hummed before starting the beginning of a letter in Spanish.
He hadn't seen Clarissa for nine years but wrote to her regularly. He wished he could just email her, it would be so much easier! But she didn't like computers, and liked email even less.
'Good old fashioned letters! It's the only way to go Ché!'
That's what she'd said in nearly every letter she'd sent. He didn't mind too much, he was just happy to keep in some form of contact with her. More people were starting to file in for homeroom and he looked up momentarily before looking out the window, tapping his bottom lip with his pen as he tried to think of something else to write. Hopefully Kaori and Wakana would arrive soon and they could help him out.
Post by Kaori Hasegawa on Jun 27, 2015 22:29:47 GMT
"That's just like Junko-chan!" A high voice trailed into the room, the door pulling open seemingly by itself. Kaori stepped in with Wakana, as if summoned by Ché's wishful thinking, clearly in the middle of conversation. "That stupid, fat pig can't do anything right!"
Kaori pulled her lips together the moment she saw Ché, managing a startled smile that blew her eyes wide. Aaaa, he wasn't supposed to hear that! Neither was anyone else! She didn't think anyone else would be here.
"A-ah, hi, Ché-kun!" She hurried over to her desk, which was conveniently (and luckily!) next to his. "You're so early today~!" A nervous titter spilled out of her.
Post by Wakana Okamoto on Jun 28, 2015 14:17:19 GMT
Following Kaori into the classroom, Wakana nodded in agreement, bag hooked over her arm. Upon realizing there were other people in the class she spoke up quickly.
"That's exactly what she said, exactly like that." She nodded, as if in confirmation, "I really don't think Fumika-Chan should be saying those things, you should do something about that." The people nearby seemed satisfied enough and returned to their conversations as she followed Kaori over to sit near Ché.
Her desk was luckily one in front of Kaori so she was diagonal to Ché which would mean they could talk more easily. Placing her bag down on her desk she pulled her makeup bag out, digging around inside for her nail file. Once she had it she started filing her nails, shifting in her seat to watch Kaori and Ché. She looked over his notepad and frowned at the odd looking letters on the page. Must be Spanish.
"You are early, did you have something to do this morning?"
Post by Eileen Harrington on Jul 14, 2015 10:46:24 GMT
Eileen entered after Wakana, skirting past the girl and heading to her seat. She wasn't normally someone to talk to others. Despite her being in the same classroom as her, Eileen rarely if ever spoke to them. Sitting down at her seat, she quietly watched the other students chatter away as she got her things out of her bag for homeroom. Unbuttoning her blazer, she adjusted her tie. She liked the male's uniform, moreso than the female one. Taking out a hair tie, the redhead pulled her hair into a low ponytail, and waited for class to start, not sure if anyone would approach her or not.
Post by Felicity "Flick" Ellis on Jul 14, 2015 10:57:00 GMT
Early mornings were the bane of Flick's existence. She was sure they needed to be outlawed. Banned forever! Why did school have to start so early anyways? Nnngh, she just wanted to sleep longer...
The tall freckled girl yawned as she made her way into the classroom, and she absently rubbed her eyes, shuffling over to her desk. It was, to her eternal dismay, near the back of the classroom due to her height, and meant she didn't get to talk with others much. She was some Amazonian freak, right? Way too tall as opposed to everyone else. At least it was still early - it meant there wouldn't be as many pairs of eyes on her.
She stifled another yawn, teal-eyed gaze sweeping across the room. Lessee, Ché was here bright and early! Seemed like Kaori and Wakana were already talking with him, but Flick offered a wave anyways. "G'morning, guys!" she greeted the trio with a slightly sleepy smile, before she took notice of Eileen nearby.
Hm. Eileen was always so closed off! It always made Flick feel a little bad for her...
"How's your morning going, Harrington-san?"
She offered the red haired girl a warm smile. Not a lot of people seemed to talk to Eileen - Flick definitely wanted to change that!
Ché hadn't really listened to what Wakana and Kaori had been talking about when they entered the room. He was so engrossed in writing his letter that he only realized they were in the classroom when Kaori greeted him. Looking up, he smiled brightly as the two girls sat down.
"Ah yeah! I'm slightly earlier than usual, I want to organize something for the whole class to do to get to know each other!" He grinned widely, "I want to announce it today, I really want everyone to go!"
At the sight of Eileen and Flick he smiled, waving a hand in greeting, "Harrington-San! Good morning! Good morning Ellis-San!"
As more students started to enter the room he stood up quickly, weaving through the people to stand at the front. Waving his hands he called for attention quickly. He felt good today! This was a good idea!
"Good morning everyone! As president I'd like to propose a get together of sorts for everyone in class to spend time together and to get to know each other!" He smiled brightly, "As everyone knows, there's a big festival for Tanabata coming up pretty soon, and I think we should go as a class! I think it would be a good way for the new people in the class to get to know the older members of the class better!" He smiled brightly, waiting for a moment, "So what do you guys think?"
Post by Jean-Pierre 'Leo' Acquitart on Aug 3, 2015 19:44:53 GMT
Leo was a little late to morning homeroom though he didn't mind all too much. He didn't sleep well last night and wanted some extra rest this morning. He moved into the room as Che had finished speaking, he heard a bit about it his words. Trying to get the class to hang out? He shook his head, moving to his seat with his hands in his jacket pockets. He roughly sat down and closed his eyes, listening in to how the others thought about this idea of the class prez.
Post by Kaori Hasegawa on Sept 22, 2015 22:37:36 GMT
Kaori noticed some of her classmates still trickling in, but directed her attention predominantly toward Ché as he spoke. Because she was vice-president, Ché had already told her his plans for Tanabata. She had been disappointed when it happened, all the fluttering in her chest going to waste, because she assumed he was trying to ask her out at first. She was still disappointed. She had to swallow it down, though, in order to support Ché properly. No one had spoken up yet. She stood from her desk, hurrying to join Ché at the front.
“I'd like to do that!” She beamed, looking from Ché to the rest of the class. “We're going to be together like this for the rest of high school. With this, we can bond properly.”
Post by Wakana Okamoto on Sept 23, 2015 21:34:49 GMT
At Flick's greeting, she raised a hand in reply, nodding, but didn't say anything, eyes dragging to Eileen as she moved to her seat and refused to look at anyone. She frowned, looking away quickly towards Ché, who had already gotten up to speak! She hadn't heard what he'd just said and she pressed her lips together.
Listening this time, she continued to file her nails as Ché pitched his idea. She didn't mind it so much, it would be a good chance to wear kimono and she did like the side games. She'd get to find a new fish if she went to the festival too. So maybe there'd be an upside to it.
At Leo's appearance she frowned, filing her nails slightly more enthusiastically. For somebody who was supposed to be 'private school defined' as she'd heard in the rumours, he didn't look like private school material at all. And then he sat down and closed his eyes to boot! How rude?? She scowled at him before turning around, finally putting her nail file down and rubbing at the edge of her nail idly.
Eventually she looked up, "I'd like that. It can introduce some of our international students to Japanese culture as well." She nodded to herself, "Can we wear kimono?"