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The second paragraph where the narrator and Willow have a silent conversation creates a very vivid and memorable image. It's already been hinted that the main character is snarky and isn't fond of the math class nor the teacher, but we get to see the class as a whole does not like Mr. Carper.
You created a very distinctive: snarky and sarcastic. The tone is very condescending with the narrator always contradicting everything the teacher says.
I really enjoy the piece. It has a lot of memorable lines that I'm sure any student, regardless of age, can relate to. The ending isn't as memorable in comparison to the rest of the piece and I feel like it's mainly filler. It's well-written, but it's a little disappointing when such a bright, insightful, and fun character uses such a tired-old phrase in the last sentence. Overall though, I think you created some very interesting characters and did justice to such a well-known situation.