Faith Hokina Faith Hokina plopped down on the leather chair in the principals office. Running her hand on the surface of the chair, she waited for Mrs. Golide to enter. She wasn't even sure how she ended up in the situation she was in, but she figured that skipping classes wasn't the smartest thing she could've done. She should've just said no to Kaden and walked on her way to her next class. Instead, she wanted to feel that small spark of rebellion that had landed her in the mess she was in. Though who could blame her. Kaden was the quarterback for crying out loud. She was excited just to be talking to him. Little did she know, she was being set up by half the football team and the cheerleaders. Shortly after, the principal walked in with her clipboard in hand and her frown attached to her face. She looked at Faith a moment before shaking her head and sitting down behind her desk. "Sorry for the wait, the news is quite interesting today. Magic." She says, shaking her head. The comment caused Faith to tense up before Mrs. Golide continues. "You must know how shocking this is, right?" She starts, giving faith her full attention. It takes Faith a while to realize she is not talking about the news anymore. "You have all A's, perfect attendance, and you're a great student. Please start by telling me what you were doing off school grounds." Faith stared at her before giving a long sigh. "Kaden. He told me that he wanted to take me out, and he said it would be more adventurous if we did it during classes." She said, ashamed that she had let her walls down so easily. Mrs. Golide looked at her for a second before writing something down on her notepad. Faith tried to get a glimpse at what she was writing but not only was it too small, but It looked as if it had been run over by a train. "What happened?" She questioned, not even bothering to look at Faith. "We went to the lake behind the school." She shakes her head, feeling slightly uncomfortable. She technically wasn't lying, but the fact that she didn’t tell the whole truth bothered her. But she definitely wasn't about to tell Mrs. Golide how they had threw balloons full of paint at her, and how she was so angry that she almost killed them all. Not to mention how they left her to walk back to school soaking wet with neon colors. Luckily, she kept a extra pair of clothes in her locker just incase she had to leave at a moments notice. "Is that all?" Mrs. Golide asked, still writing something down on her notepad. Not able to say anything, Faith merely nodded and muttered a simple "Mhm". Lying was not one of her strong points, but here she was, not able to say anything because she knew she would break out in the truth. "Very well, I will be seeing you again Faith." The principal said sternly. "Doubt it." Faith said, getting up and walking to lunch.