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PostSubject: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Wed Mar 02, 2016 6:10 pm

Finally the last lesson of the year was here.

Though even that small merit of fortune couldn't put James in a good mood with his students. They were all lazy. None of them seemed to want to push themselves in any way. Which was precisely why his previous lesson had been a complete flop.

Disgruntled with this notion, James had not bothered to write a lesson plan. Instead he had simply come in to the room, wrote up the instructions for the day, and left once again. They could each blow themselves up in a potions accident for all he cared. Yes, James was very much in a sour mood, but the children had not made his life any easier.

Slamming the piece of chalk back in to place, James grabbed his jacket and left the room.


Finally, beneath all of that, James left one single piece of information.

Leave all attempts in a vial with your name.
No points will be awarded for team work, and you will be ungraded in your end of year assessment.
You have been warned.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Thu Mar 03, 2016 12:14 pm

Lux strolled to class, taking her own sweet time since she knew she would be early. It would be the last class for the term or semester or whatever the fish balls they called it. She didn't care. Potions was one class she didn't really mind because the professor was unlike the others. In fact, it was fun to watch him get upset.

Pushing the door open, Lux's eyebrows raised the tiniest bit when she saw that it was empty. Just as she was about to exit, her eye caught the writing on the board and she walked in, reading what was there. Her eyes skimmed over the instructions. Nothing that couldn't wait until later to take a better read. It was what as at the bottom that caught her attention.

She grinned, fighting back violent laughter. Oh this professor was hilarious! Well, aren't we just two scoops of grumpy in a bowl of bitchy this morning. An idea popped into her mind. It might get her in trouble but this was the last day of class anyway. She picked up the abused piece of chalk and made her way to the board.

Leaving a space after the professor's last sentence, Lux scribbled (Some people just need a hug around their neck with a rope). She made sure her handwriting was different than her normal one but was also smart enough to make sure the fake handwriting was standard. She'd forged signatures countless times and had a variety of handwriting styles mastered. But she couldn't give a rat's ass in the off chance she got caught.

Sauntering back to her seat, she read through the instructions properly again. She made a mental list of the ingredients she needed and busied herself gathering them and arranging them in order on her table before beginning. She worked efficiently, occasionally humming to herself but double checking her work to make sure she was on the right track. When she was done with the instructions according to Magical Drafts and Potions, Lux glanced up at the clock. She still had time to try out the second method.

Once again, she gathered everything she would need and started working steadily. Since they wouldn't be awarded points for teamwork, Lux figured that she could work alone - which was the best way to work. She did think it was rather unfair that the whole class would be ungraded. It wasn't fair to the ones who really worked an were serious about their studies - like her.

When she had completed the method according to the Book of Potions, she labelled the two vials she had and left the classroom. To be honest with herself, Lux loved this professor's style of teaching. It left her much more freedom to do what she liked and she loved that.



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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Fri Mar 04, 2016 2:41 pm

Potions was such a waste of time. It was a sentiment that grew stronger every time Stephen went to this particular class, and today it wasn't just a sentiment anymore—it was a sad, actual fact. The Potions professor, who seemed as if teaching was the last thing he wanted to do, was nowhere to be found, and in his place was a set of instructions on the board.

Stephen used to make excuses for Professor Balan, defending him from the Hufflepuffs who thought he was a lazy good-for-nothing who looked down on all of his students. He's probably going through something, Stephen had said, maybe a divorce or something like that. Though the professor disappointed him in a lot of ways, he didn't bully his students, which was something Stephen used to see as a positive thing. Lately, though, Stephen was starting to wonder if that was less due to the professor's inner goodness as much as it was due to just plain old apathy.

He noted down the instructions and read them carefully over and over again. Potions wasn't a difficult class for him, since being an aspiring artist had taught him all about patience, but it wasn't a class he could say he enjoyed, either. He worked slowly but steadily, ignoring what was going on in the classroom. Eventually, he was able to finish the activity and label the vials with his name. With a sigh, he left the classroom, saddened by the realisations he had earlier. Perhaps his friends were right about Professor Balan, after all... but Stephen continued to hope that he had a perfectly good reason for abandoning his students.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Fri Mar 04, 2016 3:51 pm

Most students probably didn't care whether Professor Balan was in class or not, but for Gabrielle, an absent Professor Balan was a sad day. Her face immediately fell upon seeing the empty seat, her disappointment mostly due to beng unable to impress him for today. Not that she had ever impressed him. Professor Balan seemed to look at his students as lazy idiots, which was why she was so eager to stand out and please him. Unfortunately, his absence meant that Professor Balan wouldn't be able to see her work, and that her classmates would probably make a lot of noise since their intimidating professor wasn't around. With a frown, Gabrielle got to work after memorising the instructions and ingredients.

It wasn't long before Gabrielle was finished concocting the two potions. The first one was the only one that required her to wait for 45 minutes, so by the time she was done with the second potion, she still had enough time to make a third one. She knew that it wasn't necessary, but she wanted to make something to cheer up Professor Balan, who seemed kind of grumpy in his letter. Not that she could blame him. After all, not a lot of students attended the last lesson, and she wasn't even sure how many of them did well. She didn't want him to think that none of his students appreciated his work, so she decided to create a potion she had invented.

'Draught of Hope' was the product of months of experimentation and an intensive study of neurology. Bothered by her own developing depression, Gabrielle decided to study the chemicals that needed increasing in order for a human to feel happy and stable. She then had to study the most suitable ingredients for such a potion, and the ingredients were quite difficult to find. Luckily, Gabrielle had some extra ingredients from the last potion she created, and she was glad to have had the foresight to bring them to class. When she was done, she labelled the three vials then left a note with the 'Draught of Hope':

Dear Professor Balan,

Good day, I hope it isn't too much of a bother if I ask for your opinions on this draught that I invented. It took me months of meticulous experimentation and study to come up with a recipe that alleviates depression. I had to study both Muggle science and the effects of various Potions ingredients, and it would help me if you can comment on my work so that I can improve the draught. I have included the ingredients, recipe, and some notes on the potion in this letter.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Gabrielle Fontaine

With a smug smile, Gabrielle left the classroom, excited to know what Professor Balan would think of her creation.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Sun Mar 06, 2016 12:43 pm

Potions was something that was easy enough. Follow a set of instructions to a tea and you got full marks. The professor was not to Elenore's liking - but that was life. It was why she kept coming back to the classroom. Easy marks, and you didn't have to have a personality. Professor Balan hated everyone, so you didn't have to work to get the teacher to like or appreciate you.

Though, of course, that had it's advantages too.

Slipping in to the classroom, Elenore noted the lack of Professor Balan's presence and then the fact that they had instructions to get on. That much Elenore could do. Sitting herself at an empty desk, she checked the recipes that had been given and moved to collect the ingredients she would need. Pausing only to tie her hair back, Elenore set to work on the potion, by adding crushed snake fangs to the base potion they always used and stirring it in carefully.

The pungous onions made Elenore wrinkle her nose slightly, cutting them carefully in hope that they wouldn't affect her eyes, but, of course, that was useless hope. The effect of the onion had Elenore's eyes watering slightly, and slightly damp cheeks by the time she had cut it all up. After placing it in to the cauldron, Elenore took out her handkerchief and dabbed her cheeks and eyes to get rid of the moisture, though they still stung slightly.

Turning the heat on to the cauldron, Elenore checked the recipe on the board once more and slowly added in the dried nettles as advised. Flobberworm mucus (yuck!) followed after the nettles, and Elenore stirred the mixture vigorously. Next, a sprinkle of powdered ginger root and some more vigorous stirring saw the next few steps completed.

Sprinkling the Shrake spines over the top of the potion, Elenore stirred it very gently to make sure the spines didn't get overexcited. Honestly, the witch thought, how could spines get excited, the thought was ridiculous. The glug of horned slugs that had previously been stewed were next, followed by quills of porcupines.

One last glance at the board to check her progress, and Elenore pulled out her wand and waved it over the cauldron to finish. Opening her book, Elenore checked the colouring of that in the book to her potion and smiled to herself. "Perfect." She murmured, filling a vial with the potion and labeling it as her own. Tidying up her station, Elenore moved to the front, and deposited the vial with her name on it before leaving the classroom.

That was an easy end to her first year.


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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:44 pm

Tristan had realized that had been dealing with much in his life which had been the main reason for why he has not attended his classes, and he had realized that today he had to get back into attending his classes.

Than soon with his sadness he decided to walk over to his Potions classroom and he had entered the classroom. Than he had entered the classroom and he saw there was instructions to make an potion and Tristan nodded.

He soon decided to take a sit in back of the classroom and he went up and gotten the Potion ingredients. Than now he realized that it seemed that the Professor was not interested in the students.

Which did not surprise him, but soon he looked and decided to get on making his potion hoping that he would not get in trouble. Since the teacher did not bother saying hi to the students.

Than soon Tristan decided to be quiet and contiuning working on his potion and he looked around than after a little he had finally managed to get his potion made.

Soon he had put his name on his vile and went up as other children went up and put his Potion in and was happy he could finally leave and realized he went to one class.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Sun Mar 06, 2016 4:28 pm

Ryder had hated going to classes since he felt that there was honestly no need for school that life revolved around sports and having fun and taking chances. That school really had no need in the world of Ryder, but his uncle had wanted him to be more like his twin sister Rowan who boring and read too much.

Than soon Ryder had began walking to his Potion classroom and he had sometimes wondered if he had his troublemaking personaility from his real parents. Even though his uncle had said that his father would love Ryder since he had been somewhat like him.

The Gryffindor had soon entered his Potions classroom and he looked around the classroom and he saw that there were instructions to make a Potion which had Ryder let out a sigh. Since the eleven year old had disliked when the class involved just doing assignment instead of actually learning something.

The eleven year old shook his head and he took a seat and he gotten the potion ingredients out and had wished that he could be home playing video games or in his common room reading comic books or even annoying his twin sister.

Than soon Ryder had got his cauldron and began making his potion not really caring if he got it right and if he got a bad grade oh well, not like he really needed it. Than soon he knew if his sister was in class with him she would be hiding him with something saying he should actually pay attention instead of getting in trouble which was his specialty.

Soon Ryder looked and after a little whole he finally managed to complete his potion not really caring the outcome since he lacked actually caring about the outcome of his consequences since he believed the only thing that matters is how much fun you had and not caring about what happens.

Than soon he put his name on the potion and had brought it up to the crate, and he had left the class going to whatever the misery was.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Mon Mar 07, 2016 8:28 pm

Jacques liked potions simply because the professor didn't bother with anyone. Didn't try to be his friend, or push him for more. It was one of those relationships that he liked from other people, one he didn't have to try with.

Entering the classroom, Jacques took in the lack of professor, and then the board with the instructions. He had not bothered to move to a seat, instead clicking his fingers once. Another crack sounded a moment later, and a terrified house elf appeared beside the French boy.

"The potion, elf. Do it, do not mess it up, label it with my name, and hand it in. And, you better achieve an outstanding, or I will personally make sure you're freed of your position in our house." Jacques told the creature in a low hiss. The elf nodded and hurried off with murmurs of 'yes master' and Jacques looked satisfied. Turning on his heel, the Slytherin left the room once again, not bothering to waste his time with menial activities.


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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Mon Mar 07, 2016 11:39 pm

It was finally the last Potions class of the year. Until the next school year, she wouldn't have to deal with mucus and slugs and all those sorts of things. She didn't care much for the professor, either, but the professor was nowhere to be found, so he barely crossed her mind. If only they had been allowed to work with a partner, then maybe Lyra would be happier. Though Lyra was the last person to be lazy, she would have gladly stepped aside and cheered her more competent partner on.

That wasn't how life worked, though, and Lyra had to deal with what she had. Reluctantly, she chose an empty station and began to work on the potions.

Whether she was actually incompetent in Potions or just uninterested, Lyra wasn't sure, but what she was certain about was that she was doing terribly. She didn't crush the snake fangs well enough, and she forgot to take the cauldron off the fire before she added a porcupine quill. Deciding it was too much work to do it all over again, Lyra made do with her attempt, and moved on to the next potion.

The second one was even worse. Having never worked in a kitchen before entering Hogwarts, Lyra's slicing skills were atrocious, and it showed in the pieces of Pungous Onions she added to the mixture. She then forgot to heat the mixture before adding dried nettles, and she stirred the mixture a bit too gently after adding Shrake spines. She bit her tongue as she worked. It was all she could do to stop herself from cursing, a habit she avoided especially around her peers. She was glad to have had the sense to tie her hair up in a bun, otherwise she wouldn't even have just an ounce of self-control.

She soon finished the second potion, and hastily labelled the vials with her name in cursive then left them with all the other potions. She didn't bother with a permanent sticking charm—no one would attempt to swap her potion, and besides, if they did, they'd probably get a worse grade than her. Before she could lose her dignity altogether and act upon the idea herself, she held her chin high and left the room, hoping she could still get an Acceptable.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Wed Mar 09, 2016 6:02 pm

Nirek had come in to Potions late, and upon seeing others getting on and no professor present, Nirek had wondered for a moment why they were all still here. But, as the Gryffindor sat down and read the board, he realised why they were all still here. Balan had set them a test, and he did not wish to upset the already moody professor.

So, Nirek settled down to the work, following the instructions like a well trained animal could do. But, not wishing to fail the year, Nirek followed them as closely as he could, not looking around the room because the quicker he got done, the quicker he could leave and go to do something much more interesting than sitting in the classroom.

Half an hour later, Nirek was done. His potion was average, much like him. Scrawling his name on a label, Nirek took his vial of potion to the front of the class and left it there for Professor Balan to mark before grabbing his bag and heading off for the Gryffindor Common Room.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Fri Mar 11, 2016 5:15 pm

Like his other classes, Alberi had absolutely ignored going to Potions as well. The thing different with this class was that he actually needed to go here. Though he could easily memorise what he needed as an instruction (a whole other fact was that he didn't deem it important enough to actually do it), he didn't have the place where he could practise actually making a potion. Sure, if the teacher was sane, he could ask to use the room in his free time. But this teacher would kill him if he even mentioned something such, probably. It would be much easier to simply go to class from time to time to actually deal with the practical part of class. Of course, he could just do potions at home but he doubted his mother would allow him, in case he blew up the house, plus some needed a wand to work. And Alberi didn't want to deal with the Ministry just because he 'wanted to practise his potion mastery.'

Inside he was surprised to see that the teacher wasn't there. Reading the board, he was even more surprised. 'What kind of idiot leaves a class of unqualified students to do a potion, no matter how easy it is...' he thought, though he only allowed himself to roll his eyes. After all, he couldn't show his emotions for this. Actually, he shouldn't really show his emotions for anything. It was a sign of weakness he didn't need.

Before he even looked at the potion he should make, he quickly placed his backpack at a seat near the door, while still being away from others. He didn't want someone to ruin his potion for fun. There certainly were such types of people. Afterward, he glanced towards the board. So they were making Cure for Boils... Honestly, he was glad that they were allowed to pick which version of the potion they wished to make. As much as he would love to boast around, he didn't have time to deal with longer potions. So Alberi settled with the second version, as it would take him much less time to complete, hence giving him more time to study for something more important than this.

He quickly took whatever ingredients he would need before sitting down. Examining both lists, he wondered what would happen if he mixed them up... The first seemed a lot more concrete about what it wanted from them, after all, then the second one, which could mean better results. If he used the same measurements for this one, he could get one of the best potions. Of course, they weren't going to be graded but at least his name could be remembered.

Quickly, he took 6 snake fangs and crushed them, before adding the needed amount of measurements to the potion. Then the Pungous Onions, the dried needles, the Flobberworm mucus.. And so one until the potion was completed. As soon as he finished, he waved his wand of the potion and watched with delight as a pink smoke rose. Sure, it seemed a bit too dark, though he hoped that that was the needed pink and it wasn't a mistake from his behalf. After all, he did take a rather large risk... Quickly did he put it in a vial and wrote his name on it before leaving it at the front of the classroom and then leaving himself, obviously heading to the library.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Sat Mar 12, 2016 10:29 pm

As Anya walked into the potions classroom, she was puzzled by the lack of a teacher. She wondered why there were students working if there was no teacher there instructing them.

Her question was answered by a note of the board. She felt sorry for the potions teacher, as she figured that it was probably annoying to teach a group of students who didn't seem to care about the subject being taught.

After reading over the directions a few times, Anya gathered the things she needed and she began to create the potion. She always enjoyed using two methods for the same potion because it gave her insight as to how the creators for each book thought. Usually, the more involved method was written by someone who honoured precision and dedication, while the "quicker" version was written by someone who enjoyed being able to do things with less effort.

After she finished both methods, she labeled the vials with her name and she walked out of the classroom.

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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:58 am

The lack of professor suited Luke, he sat at the back of the room, concentrated over his potion, with nothing breaking through the silence. Luke was very talented in the potions area, and he made quick work of both potions with little and less efforts. Even when he had finished, and put his potion in to the vials with his name on as instructed, Luke had not left.

He'd cleared his desk - taking more care than any in getting his desk to the overly clean state in which he had started with.

But Luke had not moved to hand his potion in, instead pulling out his notebook and writing in it carefully. His thoughts littered the book, ways of improving potions were surrounded by his findings on many and more people.

As of late, however, one name seemed to flitter across the pages more and more. Chrysanthemum. Details of her comings and goings. Facts about her, observations. Anything he could find had begun to make themselves known in there.

Today, he had noted that she had not attended this lesson. Another fact about her.

His eyes drifted from the paper though, as he saw Lyra stand, and a cruel smile touched the Slytherin's lips. Waiting for his sister to leave the room, Luke tucked away his notebook and picked up his own vials of potion. Moving to the front of the class, Luke swapped his vials for his sister's, slipping the glass tubes in to his pocket, and leaving with a very calm demeanour.

Let Lyra try to talk her way out of this one.

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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Thu Mar 17, 2016 12:21 pm

Elleon made his way to the potions class in deep conversation with Jelena. If anyone passed by, they would think the both of them were nuts and if he were an ignorant Hearing person, he'd probably think the same. But Jelena was the only person he could really talk to and he wasn't about to sacrifice that to look good.

They entered the room but at seeing the absence of a professor, Elleon turned to Jelena and raised an eyebrow. She responded with a shrug and continued into the class. Elleon followed her and took a place next to her. He looked to the board and could almost pump his fist in the air with victory. This entire thing was non-verbal. He wouldn't have to worry about missing anything the professor said or about how his voice sounded. He could just make the potion. The elation wasn't affected by the professor's sour tone.

He turned to Jelena with a big grin on his face and knew that she was thinking the exact same thing. She gave him a thumbs up and a quick hug. He turned his eyes back to the board to read the instructions and his grin got bigger when he read the note in a different handwriting at the bottom. One of the other students must have written it.

Together, he and Jelena gathered the ingredients they would need and started on the potion, Jelena making the first one and he making the second. It was relaxing work and Elleon took his time, making sure he got all the details right. When he'd finished his potion and labelled it, Jelena was still working on hers so he joined her and helped in whatever way he could.

Once they were done, they tidied up their respective work stations and left the classroom.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Sun Mar 27, 2016 6:47 pm

With a sense of dread, Aurelia made her way through the dungeons to the Potions classroom. She'd never been late to Prof. Balan's class, and didn't welcome the opportunity to see how he'd react to her first time. Taking a deep breath, she rounded the corner and saw that the door was still open. Her brow furrowed as she walked in to find those present working silently. With no professor.

Quietly, the second year took a seat off to the side at an empty work station, and spotted the writing on the board. That explained it. As she looked over the instructions, she pulled out her worn copy of the first book. Having bought it prior to first year, many pages were dog-eared, with notes in the margins. The second, Book of Potions, she'd seen in the library a couple of times while studying. Making a quick decision, she decided to give both potions a go. It wasn't written anywhere what, exactly, they were making, so it took a bit of time for her to flip through her text to find something she hadn't made. It seemed rather familiar, so she was quick to locate it.

With that done, she went to the ingredients cupboard to collect the needed supplies. As the first potion would take time to brew, she figured she'd start with that one. They'd worked with snake fangs before, but she was always careful to wear her gloves, just in case there was any venom or they nicked her in any way. With enough crushed fangs for both potions, separated accordingly, her brow furrowed: the second one didn't specify. Chewing on her bottom lip, Aurelia took a leap of faith and made the same amount for both. Either it will work or it won't, she assumed.

With that step done, she started the process for potion #1, setting her stopwatch for 33 minutes, so she'd be able to monitor it after that. Making quick work of prepping the other ingredients, she quickly moved through potion #2, growing ever more frustrated with the vague directions. She wasn't the best at potions, but come on! Having done her best, and trying not to make a mess with the "vigorous stirring", she gathered her sample and set it aside.

Returning to the first potion, it seemed to be coming to a wonderful shade of sea-blue. She checked her watch again, 39 minutes. With a quick note in her book about that, she continued with the instructions until finished. There were still some others working, though many had already left. Cleaning up her station, Aurelia labeled her two vials (Potion #1 and #2), and grabbed her things.

Interesting class, she mused as she headed to the Great Hall.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Wed Apr 06, 2016 5:38 pm

Joshua enjoyed potions class. it reminded him of science class, only a bit more magical. This class was unlike most others, though. The professor seemed a lot more layed back than others he had come across. When he walked into the room, he was quite surprised to see that the professor had chosen not to show up to class. He looked to the board to find that all the professor had left behind was instructions for the potion they were supposed to make.

Joshua worked quickly and carefully. As long as he followed the instructions, there was no reason the potion should not come out the way it was supposed to. He had lived his entire life following someone else's instructions, so he had gotten rather decent at topics such as this.

As soon as he had finished every method, he attached his name to his work and he exited the room.
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PostSubject: Re: Potions: Lesson Three - Cure for Boils   Tue Apr 12, 2016 7:24 pm

Admin Closure of Class.

Thank you to those who have posted in this class - unfortunately the professor cannot finish up the class, so an admin will close it. Points will be given as follows:

10 points for attendance
5 points for any question being answered
Up to 15 points for participation

Thank you for your participation - this will still count as one of your three classes.

If you have any questions in regards to the points being handed out (either as a student or professor) please contact myself or another admin via PM to discuss them.

House Points & Grade
Alberi Woodston = 10 points for attendance + 15 point for participation = 25 points. ACCEPTABLE.
Nirek Kapoor = 10 points for attendance + 5 points for participation = 15 points. ACCEPTABLE.
Ryder Yates = 10 points for attendance + 10 points for participation = 20 points. POOR.

Anastasiya Viktorovna = 10 points for attendance + 10 points for participation = 20 points. ACCEPTABLE.
Elenore Clement = 10 points for attendance + 15 points for participation = 25 points. EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS.
Elleon Caverly = 10 points for attendance + 15 points for participation = 25 points. ACCEPTABLE.
Joshua Abbott = 10 points for attendance + 10 points for participation = 20 points. EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS.
Stephen Han = 10 points for attendance + 10 points for participation = 20 points. ACCEPTABLE.

Aurelia Garro = 10 points for attendance + 15 points for participation = 25 points. EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS.
Gabrielle Fontaine = 10 points for attendance + 15 points for participation = 25 points. EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS. (James will look in to the potion - likely we'll need a thread next school year).
Lyra Browne = 10 points for attendance + 15 points for participation - 25 points for no submission = 0 points. TROLL. (As agreed by Lor & I).

Jacques Clement = 10 points for attendance + 5 points for participation = 15 points. EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS.
Luke Browne = 10 points for attendance + 15 points for participation = 25 points. EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS.
Lux Bailey = 10 points for attendance + 15 points for participation = 25 points. EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS.
Tristan Grant = 10 points for attendance + 10 points for participation = 20 points. ACCEPTABLE.

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Hufflepuff: 110
Ravenclaw: 50
Slytherin: 85
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