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The President frowned, "Yes we heard the bad news. A real shame about Mr. Saotome. I rather liked him. I am sure the Principle will hire someone new quickly." Edward poured a cup of a tea for everyone and sat down at the council table. "What do you think, Nana?"
The vice president sat to Edwards right and took her cup. "Very sad. Ms. Itou seemed very upset during english... Can't imagine why though. They always seemed so close."
Edward forced a smile and motioned Henry to sit down, "How's that cooking side business going? Rules say I should bust you." Edward laughed, "But it seems to be doing wonders for raising the student body's spirit, so I'll let it slide." Alister
"A lover's spat? Juicy." She grinned ear to ear and began to stand. Then as if remembering her promise sat back down, "Sorry. Sorry."
She took a slow breath, and organized her thoughts, "Well lets see... First. The Sivipiers are throwing a part this Friday. One guess why. Where the part is, I don't know. Two. A small warning, Mr. Saotome was the only one who really opposed the Sivipers, so they are going to get bolder now. Might want to be careful. Lastly, despite losing his most famous employee, my sources say the Principle seemed to be in an excellent mood all day. Humming, Whistling, practically dancing. A little odd, when you consider he needs this year to go perfectly."Sara
The boy paused for a minute, weighing his options, "The Modern Study of Art and Literature recently moved to a bigger club room. The old one is still un-used. He's been using it as a hang out. It's on the second floor, G sector. Room 27." He licked his lips, "May I go now? And uh... please don't tell him about me."Reuben
Nurse Joy smiled, "Well, we can't really teach you anything beyond first aid. First you will have to graduate with high grades and go to University, but we could always use a hand taking care of the sick pokemon. It would give you an oppertunity to observe how we treat pokemon, and if you think it would be the right job for you. The biggest thing we need however, is someone to play and groom the sick pokemon that we find, either abandoned or wild."
Her smile faded, "Most pokemon we get are owned by trainers. So of couse their owners are here constantly checking up on them, but a few are abandoned or wild to begin with. They get lonely and sad. We find that they take the longest to recover. Someone keeping them company would help them alot."