A Late Chat Production
Your twelve-year-old son, Josh, enjoys his guitar and is very good at it. He takes private lessons and is learning a lot. He does have a music class at school but Josh finds it boring mainly because the teacher is robotic and uninteresting and truly cares little for music.
Today Josh skipped out of his music class about ten minutes early. He was very bored but he also wanted to meet up with a friend who had an earlier lunch period to trade some gaming cards. Josh just walked out of class and was unobserved by the teacher who was busy at her desk with paper work while the class was doing a busy work assignment. The teacher never knew Josh skipped out of her class early.
There is a parent's night assembly next week and Josh's teacher wants him to play his guitar at the assembly. She calls to discuss the issue with you. Josh answers the phone and his teacher identifies herself and says she needs to speak to one of his parents. Josh assumes he is busted for skipping out of class and hands you the phone. He is very scared and heads off to his room to console himself by strumming his guitar and performing for his stuffies.
You finish the call and go to give Josh the good news. You find he is now in tears. As soon as you enter his room he bursts out with a confession and tells you he is sorry.
What happens next?