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Some say The phoenix rises from its ashes As they have said we need to rise from all other expectations and make this a great place for our students and teachers We need to spend money on plants paint and other material so we can have higher grades enrollment attitude and health This is not an intrepid1 choice and not much can go wrong if you spend money on it Just pay heed2 to what I say and follow through with it and our school will be quite better Our school has the potential to be a beautiful place not only for the teachers and staff but also more importantly for the kids We all want kids to have a safe and healthy environment whether theyre our own or if theyre just a student We need to do whats best for our students and now the best thing to do is spend money on flowers and colorful murals Now is the time to do whats right An attractive school environment with beautiful murals would encourage students and parents to enroll at our school After all wouldnt you rather go to the school with beautiful plants and intricate murals or the one with dirt graffiti and plain walls The choice is clear A recent 2010 study has shown that the more attractive the school the more desirable for students and parents to enroll Kids wouldnt want to try shenanigans3like messing up a flower bed when there are other peers4 who are proud of that particular thing Also higher rated teaches will want to apply for a job here This clearly shows that a nice campus gives school pride and more money and better teachers All in all you end up in a far better place than you were It is time for the old ugly school we once had to demise and for our new attractive school to arise In addition to a more popular richer
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