Students Respond to a Hot Start to the School Year

Dear Editor,
I read “Loy Norrix Starts the Year Too Hot” in Knight Life. I liked the article a lot. The fact that it’s being addressed in the school newspaper will hopefully cause more attention to be brought to the subject. The inclusion of quotes from both students and teachers helps push the fact that both groups have the same opinion on the subject. The quote from Bowser then listing the 32 classrooms that either have no air conditioning or poorly working AC was a very impactful way to end the article.
Zoey Shanahan, junior
Dear Editor,
I read “Loy Norrix Starts the Year Too Hot” in Knight Life. I liked the article because I think it is something that needed to be talked about. I know there have been times I have left early because I knew my 5th hour was really hot.
Chase Wagner, senior
Dear Editor,
I read the article titled “Loy Norrix Starts the Year Too Hot.” I agree with everyone who said something about classrooms being too hot. As it’s November while I’m writing this, it’s fifty degrees outside and I’m sweating in a stuffy, humid room. Changing air temperatures is far more important than changing the look of our school.
Jaylee Lesatz, senior