Barry hadn’t finished a part of his homework. He used homeroom to get about eight minutes done.
The next period, was music. He sat in the back, read a chapter, answered the questions, finished before the class ended.
He had to do better. He couldn’t enter the lunch room until all homework was done. Yes, continuing to ‘lunch’ in the library was not going to help his social standing, but being able to get rid of the homework assigned by his morning classes, would only leave his afternoon homework.
His ability to plan and implement shocked him. For he’d never been so focused on his life as he was now.