*This all I got so far, but I just took some medicine and am too tired to continue. I'll get more up soon.*
“Tomorrow is one of the most important days of your training, Pups” the teacher said.”You will get to-” Caelum, sitting in his usual seat in the very back let out a loud snore, interrupting the teacher, and making the entire class laugh. “Though to some of you, it doesn’t seem so important,” the teacher said loudly. “Caelum!” Caelum jumped up as he heard his name called, making the class laugh even harder, but after realizing it was only the teacher laid his head back down.
“Sit up!” the teacher growled, slapping his switch down on Caelum’s hand. Caelum sat up resentfully, rubbing the back of his hand while glaring at his teacher. “I swear, pup, if you gave the effort you do on tests and sword training to fixing your attitude you could be an Alpha in a few years.” The teacher turned away and began talking about what was going to happen tomorrow, but once again, Caelum spaced out. He stared at the opposite wall, only catching every other word.
Caelum didn’t even realize class was over till he saw people began to leave. Getting up he ran to the door out of the class as fast as he could. He was almost free until . . . “Caelum, I would like to have a word with you.” Caelum sighed, turned around, and walked in front of the desk.
As soon as the last person was out the door, the teacher said, “What did I tell you guys today?”
“Don’t know,” Caelum said, not bothering to lie.
“As I thought,” the teacher sighed. “Caelum, I wish you would try, I really do. You excel in everything you do, but you don’t have the attitude of a leader. You sleep in class, you slack off during combat training, and you show direct disregard for authority. You can do good, I know it. Tomorrow is the day you get to choose your first weapon, a great milestone for all pups. All I ask is that you show up on time.”
“Is that all?” Caelum asked, not bothering to hide his impatience.
“Yes, you may go.” Caelum was out the door and onto the Pack Grounds before the teacher could finish the entire sentence.