Job interview with no a/c as well as a mask

I recently went on a job interview for a teaching position at a school down south.

The interview took locale at the school in July.

The halls of the school do not have a/c because the school is unquestionably old, however all of the classrooms are air conditioned. I wore a mask to my interview just in case I was not able to social distance from the Assistant Principal who was conducting the interview for me. I was dripping with sweat so much from the short walk from my automobile to the school that I wondered if the sweat was visible through my light pink face mask, however even though it was hot, it was necessary for me to wear a mask to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Everytime every one of us walked into an air conditioned classroom I felt a sense of relief. I thought about working at this school in the future as well as wondered if walking around in non-air conditioned halls in the Spring as well as Summer weeks would be a deal breaker for me. Then I realized that I won’t be walking in the halls that much as well as I will be spending most of my time in my air conditioned classroom. I remember growing up in the North as well as some of my classrooms didn’t even have a/c. Teachers would bring in fans from their own homes as well as would open the windows to try to keep us cool on sizzling Summer mornings. I decided that I will take the job as well as not having a/c in halls is a commonality among many schools.
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