The secondary gym in the same high school had bleachers that were bowing and felt unsafe.
When I used to wait tables, one of my managers insisted the bathroom and kitchen were as important to maintain as the rest of the restaurant, because the most beautiful dining room couldn't be overshadowed by damaged, dirty, or unsanitary kitchens and bathrooms. Additionally, people feel less inclined to vandalize and destroy places that look like someone cares about them.
I realize money's tight, but how many of our kids are hurt by their surroundings, using toilet paper that's attached to a chain like some fourth rate portapotty at a construction site, and feel like they're in a prison or worse every time they simply have to pee. Does this affect how they feel when they come to school, their desire to be there, and the outcomes from their education?
Something to think about.