Which school hallway is the best? – News.co.nz

The News.au students’ poll of their school hallway has found the school hallway that’s right for you is the one where students tend to be most engaged, outgoing and relaxed.

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School hallways are not the only areas where you’ll find students taking part in the poll, as the school also asked their friends to rate the most popular halls, toilets, classrooms and bathrooms.

The results of the poll are the results of an online survey, which is carried out in partnership with the New Zealand Department of Education.

Key points: Students are asked to rate their favourite halls, toilet, classrooms, bathrooms, hallways, bathrooms in their school and bathrooms in the community.

The school hallway comes out on top for students who like to hang out with friends and family.

Students were asked to answer their favourite hallways for the students who attend the school they are attending, and their favourite toilets, toilets in the school, schools, and bathrooms of the community to which they are travelling.

There were some interesting results when it came to the number of students who say they love the hallways of the school and their bathrooms.

Students who have a preference for the bathrooms were more likely to rate them as being their favourite, with 71 per cent of students choosing the bathroom that’s closest to home.

However, students were also asked to choose between the bathrooms in which they spend a lot of time, the ones where they feel most comfortable and the ones they prefer to go to with their friends.

Students were also polled on the bathrooms that their favourite school is closest to and which bathrooms they have to use during the week.

In total, 78 per cent responded to the poll.

Only 16 per cent were not able to choose which bathroom they use on a daily basis, with students unable to choose their favourite bathroom at all.

A total of 19 per cent said they would choose a school with the most students, while 13 per cent would choose their school with a lower number of enrolments.

Some of the results are surprising, but not in the way you might think.

For example, students who choose their favorite school to go with their school are more likely than those who choose a different school, to like the toilets in that school.

When asked what bathrooms they prefer for the most important activities, students are also more likely choose their toilets.

They also prefer the bathrooms with a smaller crowd, with 67 per cent choosing those that are close to the students, and 32 per cent going with those with a bigger crowd.

These results show the students that are choosing to stay in school have an extremely strong interest in the things that are important to them, with their schools being rated as being the most fun places to spend time in.

So what is the takeaway from the survey?

There’s a strong correlation between the school hallways that students choose and the student’s favourite halls and toilets.

If students want to spend their days enjoying their school, then they should go to a school that is close to home where they have the chance to interact with other students.

It’s important to remember that this is a student poll, so it can’t be compared to any other survey of students, so don’t be put off by the fact that a student didn’t choose their schools’ toilets and halls.