I am having a hard time adjusting back to school after spring break. Having had time away, things I had gotten used to prior to break now seem glaringly bad. I have written on here that I struggle with anxiety/depression and have since 2nd grade. I do all the right things. I exercise and eat healthy every single day. I sleep 8 hours every single night. However, I do not have a window in my classroom. I try to leave every day at lunch and get some sun, but it is impossible to walk near my school since all sidewalks are closed due to construction and the park next door is filled with drug users (like actively doing drugs in the middle of the day in a public park). My school is very dark -- I think shockingly dark. I also do not have any heat in my room and it is freezing constantly, though warm in other parts of the building. I have brought in 2 space heaters which helps slightly, but the custodians are now mad at me for having them, even though I turn them off each day before leaving. I like my school a lot, but I am feeling desperate. Should I ask to transfer over this?! What guarantees me a better room/situation? I am at the highest performing school in my district and like it here and don't want to leave, I just hate my classroom so much. It is not even a real classroom -- it is a larger room divided by cubicle dividers and there is constant noise in addition to the lack of light. Please don't tell me to hang a picture of the beach or something. What I am dealing with is an actual chemical imbalance and a pretend window won't solve that. I feel crazy for wanting to leave when I have such a good job, but I also know the depression I feel is real.