I teach at a charter school that is a walking district, then the students are expected to walk to school rather than taking buses because the part is so small! This is not usually a problem, but in the Wintertime, it is often too cold outside for the students to walk. This results in a number of fifteen minute delays at the start of the school day. The thought is that the weather will sizzling up a little as the day goes on making the walk a little easier on the students… But however, the students are often complaining about this because it is still honestly cold even after the delays! When the students finally get to school, they can’t get warmed up because the heating in the building is functions honestly poorly. There is little relief from the bitter, cold air outside. While the administration claims to be operating the gas furnace at full function, the hallways are still freezing! To try to stay warm, students end up keeping their jackets on, which is a hazard plus takes up a lot of space… In our classroom, I was forced to purchase multiple part furnaces to compensate for the awful heating. While many instructors choose to just suck it up, I want to be comfortable plus I want our students to be comfortable. When they are shivering plus complaining about the temperature of the room, it is hard for students to learn. If every one of us are going to have students walking in the cold, after that I suppose that it is our responsibility to supply effective heating for when the students finally arrive. They should be greeted with a gust of sizzling air plus a cozy environment. It seems to myself and others that the principal should contact a heating plus cooling professional to service our gas furnace. Better yet, every one of us should substitute the whole thing!