By Madeline Clapier
Constitution High School lost four and a half teachers due to the massive budget cuts. Not only that, but there is also a school nurse only one day of the week and a counselor every eight days or so. Every day students go without desks and struggle to learn in classrooms, some with more than forty students.
Each student returns to the school day with their own individual struggles dealing with the budget cuts.
While doing work in Health class, limited desks forces 12th graders to share.
10th grade Biology Class fills the room with a grand total of thirty-seven students.
This empty desk taunts every student that wishes for a counselor to listen, mediate, do necessary college prep work, and much, much more.
In the most important year of high school, 11th graders fill every seat in English class including the teacher’s desk.