Allergies due to poor air quality


I’m always curious about the experiences that our generation has shared, but especially when it comes to education and cultural fluctuations in our lifetimes. I mean, how did you love going to school when you were growing up? When I was a young child I enjoyed reading all the time, but I did not love going to school. I dreaded the experience day in and day out because the school environment was so dirty and uncomfortable. I had exhausting allergy symptoms, and I spent every day coughing and sneezing my eyes out thanks to the horrible indoor air conditions inside the school building. No one cared and all the kids made fun of my sniffles. These days as a parent, I hear that things have not been improved in the educational system, my teenagers are constantly irritated with their school experiences, and it’s still because the indoor air is not quality controlled. I suppose from the donation letters that the college has not replaced their heating, cooling, and air quality control method in 25 years. The oil powered heating and cooling method that is inside to take care of the indoor air has been failing and nothing is fixing the problem. Clearly, all of these Professional heating and cooling maintenance appointments they arrange only keep the indoor air handling method technically operable. The school realizes that it needs to invest in a brand new heating and cooling system, with HEPA air filters and new media media air cleaners to handle all the flu and allergy symptoms experienced, but they don’t have money. Meanwhile, our kids are expected to learn without being able to breathe. Fix the Heating and A/C or I’m going to have to start homeschooling the whole town.