Fighting a kaiju sounds amazing, but it should really wait until she's figured out what her powers do and gotten a lot of practice on the smaller ones. Her money will stretch to stardarters; she doesn't get that much of an allowance but she doesn't have much to spend it on either. Still probably best to ask a parent's permission first.
Actually, now that she thinks about it, she ought to call her parents as soon as possible, so they have some warning about her new appearance before they walk in the door.
Ann Perry is a bit worried because Margaret rarely calls her at the vet clinic unless there's an emergency; then she's more worried, because her daughter is going to go fight swarms and potentially get injured or fail her classes. Then she's proud. The news that her daughter took a huge pile of alterations surprises her not at all. "Well, you've never been afraid to be weird," she points out affectionately.
Jordan Perry needs a bit more reassurance about the details of "Dad, I look like a dragon". No, she doesn't breathe fire; no, she doesn't have fangs; no, she's not thinking about dropping out of high school and will probably even stick with robotics club. (Chess club is definitely getting dropped.) No, she won't go looking for fights alone, though no promises if anything spawns where she is. Yes, she knows he's only worried because he loves her. Yes, he can trust her to take care of herself and do her best. Yes, she will be awesome at it, thanks Dad. Love you too.
When they get home, they both want to see her fly. Flying feels just as great as it sounds and looks just as cool as it feels.
After the flying demo, they're happy to let her buy a pair of dart guns and some ammo. She goes for her shade of royal blue with no customization and the cheap shipping; they'll arrive sometime the following week.