There is an unwritten and almost unspoken order that is in place in my sector of the public school transportation system. The only time that it is spoken of is when people mess it up. It is the order of the people sitting in their seats. In the ideal world that the high schoolers (10th grade+) created for themselves in their minds they wouldn't have homework, they would get up at ten o'clock, and they would have their own seats on the bus in the entire back of the bus (ah, thats the life). Most of the time they can deal with how things are, but after sports season and SOLs begin their dreams come a little too close to reality. There about nine of those high schoolers on my bus and we leave them the last six seats to decide how to use on their own.
The rest of us sit where we want to but usually group by grade. I emphasize usually because there is one really annoying and stubborn kid who likes to move his seat everyday (we'll call him Sir Moves-a-lot)to (pardon) screw with everyone and make them mad. It works. He will actually go to the back and make the lose it and they will send him back up. Now I need to explain The Seat Superiority Complex to you so it is understood why this really makes everyone T.O. The tenth grade+ sit in the back, the ninth/eighth graders sit a little closer to the center and the strangely numerous amount of seventh graders sit in the front along with the high schoolers who just want to find a seat and go home. The kid who moves around is a seventh grader.
Here is an overhead view of the seats on our bus where people sit in the afternoon (in the morning no one cares)
[~~ ||9}7}M}7}8}S}9}9}12}M}10}10 ]
[ [KEY] ]
[M: mixed seat ]
[#: grade # (pair) ]
[~: door ]
[=: bus driver ]
[ }: seat ]
[S: Sir Moves-a-lot's normal seat]
T.O.: ticked off
Please give your opinion on whether or not this Complex is Heinous