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I can relate. My classroom has been between 62 and 64 degrees for the past 2 weeks. I've had a sinus and ear infection since Thanksgiving and have not been able to see any improvements, even with antibiotics and cough syrup. In fact, I believe it has gotten worse this week. The second they walk through my door, my students ask, "Why is it so cold in here?" I don't have a thermostat in my room so about a year or two ago (after trying to convince administration that I wasn't just being too sensitive) I bought a thermometer to put in my classroom.

I cannot imagine how the teachers and students are able to function at 50 degrees on a daily basis. I suppose I should feel lucky that my room is at least in the 60s.


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