Volume 1; Issue 3; May 15th, 2019
Woodrow Wilson High School is spread over a large campus, and due to this there are issues that tend to occur overtime that require fixing. For the past months Wilson has been under a large construction project, and during this time there have been several modifications made to the campus in order to solve certain issues. Problems that have occurred thus far include water fountain inconveniences, broken restroom fixtures, and old floors. This occurrence of construction has its great benefits; however, there are some downsides to it. One of which is all but one girls restrooms is closed in the main buildings, creating long lines, making some girls late to class. Another inconvenience is one of the three bridges being closed. Once again, this makes students, who are trying to get to class on time, take a detour. This construction is, however, being done with great intentions to help others and make the school look nicer. The positives of the construction is there will be new water fountains easily accessible to those who struggle to reach and drink from them as they are now. Some water fountains will have the newly added feature, allowing people with water bottles to refill them without any struggle of tilting their bottle and spilling the water. Another modification being made to the school is new laminate wood flooring. The project has begun on the 4th floor, and the hallways already look much nicer. Hopefully, soon this will happen to the rest of the floors in the buildings. As for the restroom, when they are finished they will be much nicer, have new fixtures, and remain clean. Overall, the new renovations being made to the school will be worth it in the end, despite the inconveniences.