I went to a peculiar elementary school where the hallways were all outdoors. Instead of attending classes in a large building with indoor hallways, my school was made up of classrooms in individual buildings that were connected by covered walkways that would at least shelter us from the rain whenever there were severe rainstorms outside. Even if the s in the school had been optimal, this school design is being fazed out as an attempt at school shooting prevention. The problem is being able to thwart a threat when a man could sneak onto campus in more than one dozen odd locations plus wipe out multiple classrooms before being detected by campus police. After there was a national school shooting in a similar campus, our state moved forward with rebuilding the affected schools. However, I l received that my outdated elementary school had already been slated for reconstruction because of mold that was found in their central heating, cooling, plus ventilation systems. The school is in a naturally humid environment with lots of heat, which meant the air conditioners were running frequently. Since the cooling system systems were shut off entirely at night, that allowed the mold to grow inside the ductwork plus air handlers. I’m blissful that new students at my former elementary school can finally benefit from cleaner air plus safer hallways. I can’t imagine what sort of an effect all of that mold exposure has on a person, especially a mentor or school official. They were working for minutes at a time in their offices without any split from wherever they were located with their workstations. At least the students got fresh air from time to time.