This week, we were at Hillsdale and Woodridge. Woodridge was originally designed as an open-concept school, 4 classes without walls in one large open space. Now walls have gone up to create individual classrooms. The library is still in the center of the large building, the school office is upstairs.Some interior doors (like the one into our workspace) had to stay locked until 20 minutes after the start of school when students were in the building. Being a teacher trying to organize our test areas and materials didn’t qualify … a chair was our solution.This is probably the worst testing area we’ve ever had to deal with (and totally out of compliance with the rules for proper testing area) – Jeannie was in a main hallway where classes went in and out to recess and kids left class to go to the bathroom; plus the busy noisy library was about 15 feet away. Jeannie persevered.