Mia walked into the room, biting her lip. A few days ago she had auditioned. Now she was the head of the music department and heading the first meeting. How things had changed.
This meeting was going to be so much fun. She smiled thinking of it.
Mia loved to be organized, and on top of things, and this was exactly that. She was going to organize the fundraising groups, and make them the best that they could be.
Over night she had planned it all on a sheet of paper, and she took it out of her pocket, resting it on the podium that she walked to.
The room was set up the night before-by her-in a peculiar fashion. She had placed a desk at the front of the room with a few chairs behind it for the staff-all labeled with post-its-and she had placed chairs that she had taken from around the castle in neat rows, also labled.
At the front of the room was a podium, with an empty vase glued to it. Inside the vase was chalk which could be used to write on the large chalkboard behind the podium.
In all, it looked like a kid's idea of a classroom.
She sat down behind the podium and waited, expectantly. Kids started filing in-starting with a put together girl and ending with one that looked nearly lost-and took their seats hesitantly, often searching for a bit before finding their chair.
When everyone was sitting down, Mia stood up, smiling.
Hello! I'm Mia Alexander! I'm the head of the music department, and I'll be heading this critical meeting. As you may know, you will be required to raise funds not only for the play we will be putting on, but also for the field trip we will be taking. That is why it is crucial that everyone participate in raising money.
Mia looked down at her paper and then back at the board. She walked over, took a piece of white chalk from the vase, and started writing.
There will be 5 different groups. Each group will have a maximum of 2 people except for one.
The sound of chalk echoed through the classroom and Mia furrowed her brow, focused. She finally stepped back and admired her handiwork.
Ok. So how this is going to work is you all are going to raise your hands. I will call on you, and when I do, you will tell me which group you want to be in. REMEMBER. 2 kids per group EXCEPT for the small show, which can be 3+ kids. In one of the groups the group members get to choose what they want to do.
Mia cleared her throat and when back to the podium.
Before I start, I'd just like everyone to get a set of the plan.
She picked up the papers and handed them to the girl closest to her. She gestured to pass them along. Before long, everyone had a paper.
Mia cleared her throat again before continuing.Mia's Plan for Fundraising!
1. Once you have assembled in your groups, please figure out where you are going to meet. People with wizarding parents-please make sure to accommodate for the muggleborns. You can apparate places. They cannot.
2. Decide on a time. This must be between July 1st and August 1st.
ReducioOOC: You must start your RP between these dates and be done by August 31st. I will be checking in on you throughout the process. If you are not sure if you can do it, I would prefer if you join the 3+ person group, as the show can go on without you. People MAY godmod you if you become inactive.
3. Make a plan. Decide on where, and how you are going to execute this.
4. Carry out the plan! (self-explanatory)
5. Give the proceeds to Mia Alexander, who will be storing them in a vault in Gringotts.
So. Please raise your hands. When I call on you, please suggest a show that you'd like to do and the group you'd like to join. Thank you.
Last edited by Mia Alexander on 1st July 2018, 6:31 am, edited 1 time in total.
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