The Cody security guard, who came down on a kid for being in the hall without a pass, noticed him. Brice pushed his bottom against one of the double doors, separating the Cody and Everett Buildings. He planned to sneak himself into the Everett, ditching the guard. The doors had divided the Cody three-story high building that had more security guards from the Everett two-story one with a guard on each floor. Cody's surroundings exterior windows provided sunshine. Its beige and white walls offered additional brightness with sunshine reflecting off the glossy walls. Everett had the dull green walls with chipping painted and dim lights giving gloom. The school looked on the verge of closing.
The buildings represented his neighborhood so well. Everett had no plays in the auditorium and the classrooms' equipment was relics with film projectors and chalkboards. Cody had computers with eight kids to each one and school plays like Grease which never reflected his urban life. He wanted a highly paid tech job at a computer company. However, this was what his high school offered, skipping a day wouldn't hurt him much.
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