Staff, students cope with LAHS construction

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The single word, “construction” brings bittersweet feelings to members of Los Alamos High School, but is it really an inconvenience? At the beginning of the year, many complained and found problems with the conditions, but as more time passes, many are welcoming the change with open arms.
Construction has been going on since April of 2010 and is expected to continue until the end of the year.
The high school’s office staff is relieved to find that the project is only a week behind schedule.
The library staff finds that there is a lot more interaction and enjoys the increase in people going to the library. The high school’s newest additions, the freshmen, have never been at the school when there wasn’t construction going on, so they don’t find themselves in a position to complain.
Haley Bridgewater said, “... We do, however, see that there is not a direct route to most wings of the school. That in turn slows down our commute.”
Juniors and seniors, for the most part, are fine with the current conditions. One upperclassman, David Li, said,” We are more focused on our own futures so much we do not regret that we will not be in the school once it has been completed.”