"Aaron, get down!" Terry's Grovyle glanced back at him, and continued climbing up the tree anyway. To Terry's knowledge, there was nothing up there, but of course he was a little surprised when the lizard dropped down with an apple in it's claw. "Oh, I see."
Though Terry didn't know it, this was indeed an Apple Tree (he hadn't quite gotten to studying botany yet) and Students and their Pokemon often stripped it bare when it started to produce fruit. Aaron got lucky and tracked down the last one in the tree.
Aaron hopped back up onto his trainer's shoulder and started munching on the apple, "I wonder if they'll let you stay out in class, probably not, you may have to hang out in my dorm. Maybe I'll get an exception this being my first day and all." His Pokemon was visibly saddened at mention of having to stay in the dorm, but they needed to get to their first class Now and didn't have time to get accommodated yet. Terry dropped a hand into his pocket and grabbed his phone, swiped in the unlock code, and glanced at the calendar.
"Literature first, room... 242, great, I probably won't be able to find it."
He had 25 minutes to get there according to his schedule, the first 15 of which were spent walking around the school, getting occasional looks for the green reptile on his shoulder, but nobody spoke to him about it (yet at least) he thought. Finally he found a desk with someone who looked like they can help.
"I need to get to room 224... I mean 242, can I get directions please?" The secretary behind the desk pulled out a rolled up sheet of paper from behind the desk "Here you go, it's a full map of the school. It's policy to give one to all new students after we've had enough complaints about getting lost." Terry took the map gratefully and glanced over it, he found the entrance to the school and mentally counted out all the turns he'd taken when and where, then estimated his position. "Oh, and I like your grass type, what's his name? and yours, of course, I suppose it's a little rude to ask about the Pokemon and not the trainer." The secretary winked at him.
"His name is Aaron," Terry began, "And I'm Terry, sorry, but I need to get to class. Thank you!"
Thankfully he made it to the Classroom with about 5 minutes to spare, for a second he hesitated entering with his Pokemon out, but Aaron's Pokeball was actually back with his luggage, (Natasha's was in his backpack) So there wasn't anything he could do about that.
He was relieved when he entered to see others already in the room, some seated, some not, most were chatting. And he saw several Pokemon out as well. He wondered if this was because class had not officially started yet or if the rules were fairly lenient. "Hello," The new entrant gave a short wave and glanced around the room. "Where would be a good place to sit?"