Months after the move to the new school was made, some teachers are still having technological problems in their classrooms.

Some of these problems include faulty SMART Boards, lack of clocks and the inability to control the temperature. This is causing some controversy throughout the few weeks that are left in school. Though the school has attempted to fix these issues, many of them still continue.

“Currently, my SMART Board is not working at all. It is defective. It is going to be completely replaced by SMART. They are sending us a brand new SMART Board. They are sending us some brand new pens. Then, as soon as it gets here and they put the new one up, they want me to send the old one back to figure out why it’s glitching in so many ways,” Mrs. Angela Ohlenkamp, Math, said.

The larger desks are also causing a higher cheating rate on school work, as teachers have a difficult problem separating students.

“I don’t think my classroom is any bigger. I think we measured it and it was eight inches longer in one way. But the desks are big, so now for math tests and quizzes I’m afraid kids are cheating because the desks are right on top of each other and I can’t split them up because there’s not enough room because the desks are too big and the room’s not much bigger. So things like that are just kind of annoying,” an Anonymous teacher said.

With the school year coming to a close, there is hope that all problems will be solved for the 2014-15 school year.

“I use my SMART Board and don’t have any problems with it. It just went from using chalk to markers. It’s a little different; markers run out but you get new ones. Overall everything is working well, you just have to get used to it,” Mrs. Abigail Homans, World Language, said.