@Rainbow - It's fine with me!
Okay... This is going to be a bit long. I'm just trying to wrap my POV around everyone else's, so sorry for the wall of text. I'll try POVing much earlier next time.
It's my first day teaching at Kexiams. To think that all those years ago, I was one of the students sitting on a desk, and now I'm turning the key to a classroom. I'm a bit uneasy, but not just because of nerves. The kingdom had made all the young dark wizards come here, as students. Still, I didn't spend all my time working hard only to turn back now.
I enter the classroom. It's bland and boring, a big white room with desks, chairs, and a blackboard in the front. The only difference was the big water tank in the center and that the desks were in a horseshoe shape around it.
As I unpack my things on my desk, I hear the door open. In walked a girl with long brown hair.
"Good morning!" I greeted her cheerfully, maybe a bit too cheerfully. "You're bright and early. I'm your new hydrokinesis teacher, Ms. Revarr. And you are?"
She glared at me.
"I'm Yuri," she muttered, before taking a seat in the back. I decide I probably shouldn't bother her.
I start writing out a basic hydrokinesis principle on the blackboard. Despite this being the first day, the principal wanted us to jump straight into learning. After all, it was the best magic school in Kexiams.
The door opened again, and in came another girl. I recognized her immediately. Shaylyn Rose Neala, child prodigy.
"Ah, Miss Shaylyn. You are early, along with Miss Yuri here. I am finishing writing the parameters of today's hydrokinesis assignment, so you may have a seat." I told her.
"Ms. Revarr, can I work on the Water Show Finale, please?"
"Oh, I had forgotten you had been chosen to do that." The principal had told me beforehand that she would give me a sneak peek on her Water Show performance, as a welcome gift. I guess I'd forgotten overnight. "Absolutely. I want to see it, too, so let me finish up here..."
I finish with the paragraph, and then turned back to her. "Ok, Miss Neala. Let's see what you've come up with."
"With or without the lighting?"
"Oh, you did lighting too? With the lighting, then."
She walked over to the tank, then began waving her wand. It was quite a show, to say the least. She was able to use different kinds of magic as well as the water in such a way that they blended seamlessly. As soon as it was done, she scooped the water back into the tank.
"Impressive," I commented. "I bet you'll ace that Water Show."
"Thank you, Miss," she replied politely.
"Now go take your seat. Everyone else should be coming soon."
The rest did come, and the bell rung and class started. It went by smoothly, though a bit boring. I made mental notes to try and liven up things in future lessons. I scolded Shaylyn once for not taking notes, but I knew that she probably already knew about Herocleide's principle. Still, I can't have the Good students set a bad example for the Dark students, who looked a bit tense and uneasy.