Naruto, the Next Generation.
The week of the ninja academy's graduation exam is upon the students in Konoha. After school, Sarada walks with Chouchou. Chouchou wants to skip training for the exam with her dad, but they run into her dad on the streets and Sarada takes her leave. Meanwhile, Boruto fights and flees from Naruto after vandalizing the Hokage carvings, while Sai and his son Inoijin are watching while training for Inoijin's exam. Boruto manages to shake Naruto by using a shadow clone. Boruto bumps into Sarada and hides under a sign. Naruto appears, and Sarada lies about where Naruto went. Boruto gets out of his hiding place and complains how the Naruto who is chasing him is a shadow clone and the real Naruto is always working. Boruto then gets caught by Shikamaru's shadow jutsu and Shikamaru tells his son Shikadai to alert Naruto.
After running into so many of her classmates and their dads, Sarada goes home wondering her dad Sasuke whom she doesn't remember. Outside the house, Sarada questions the relationship between Sakura and Sasuke. Sakura gets pissed and punches the ground hard, but she then sees the tears in Sarada's eyes and comforts her daughter by saying Sarada's thoughts will reach Sasuke. Their house then collapsed thanks to Sakura punching the ground, and this causes Sakura to pass out. After Sakura is taken care of, Sarada goes back to the house to retrieve the family picture, and she finds that parts of the picture with Sasuke is hidden, and in that picture is Karin and Suigetsu standing beside Sasuke.
Hmmmm... seems like the story is trying to imply that Sarada may be Karin's kid. The connection is that both wear glasses, and of course Karin was infatuated with Sasuke. It would be quite scandalous if Karin was the real mother, so the chances of that being true is probably low. I guess Sarada will find out if who really is her mom though, and the answer will come from the ever absent Sasuke. We'll find out what sort of special mission he was up to... other than the fact that Naruto and friends probably don't want the former enemy of the state strolling around too often. Hopefully this gaiden will turn out to be interesting.