In the middle of a dense forest just on the outskirts of a well-populated town, the students of Northend High School were celebrating another successful school year with an annual bonfire. Several cars were parked around the forested area, creating a large, circular party zone around the fire. Many of the students were dancing to the beat of EDM music blaring from the car stereos while others sat on various old furniture and lawn chairs scattered around. There was even a large, plastic table standing next to the open bed of a pickup truck that held all the beverages and snacks. Yes, it was a festive night that all the students had looked forward to for weeks. Almost everyone was there, from jocks to nerds to emo kids who were usually too "cool" for these types of parties. And of course, the president of next year's graduating class was also there, policing her classmates in everything they do. "Who the hell brought the beer?!" Alice Beckett screeched as she angrily threw another empty beer can into the plastic garbage bag she held in her other hand. As much as she wanted to enjoy the celebration like everybody else, she had to ensure that there was no evidence of any illegal substances left in the campgrounds. This party almost didn't happen thanks to some stupid prank the senior class had played and it took everything in the brunette's power to convince the principal that this event should still happen. She was able to get it running again but with some conditions; the party couldn't be held on school grounds or at a student's home, no alcohol or drugs were allowed, and everybody had to be home before curfew. Alice wasn't sure she could get everyone back home before 1:00 am but she was going to make sure she didn't break the first two rules. She definitely got a venue and everyone seemed to like it but some dumbass had to bring alcohol even though she clearly stated in the e-vite that they shouldn't. "I am going to kick whoever brought this stupid liquor." Alice grumbled under her breath as she continued to pick up all the damning garbage in the area.