Schoolhouse Ventilation By: Andrew Ehrich

Fresh air in school helps students absorb more information because they can stay focused longer.

Students and teachers alike often take breaks to breath in some fresh air, why not allow fresh air in the classroom.

Younger students especially benefit from spending some time outdoors away from schoolwork, like recess. Why not carry this practice over to Jupiter High School.

"Having classes outdoors makes learning more engaging and applicable to students" -Seda Tonuka

The world is a beautiful place, the least Jupiter High School staff can do is allow teachers to open up windows to allow proper ventilation of clean fresh air.

The benefits of fresh air in classrooms far outweigh the cons; therefore, Jupiter High School should allow teachers to open windows.

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