Why were trees cut down?

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I am a rising sophomore at Carroll County High School. I clearly remember the day when I was looking out my classroom window, and saw county workers cutting down trees in the front lawn at Carroll County Intermediate School.
These trees were a part of the scenery at the school, and have been there for decades, and without them the school is incomplete.
Teachers love to take students outside to have class, and now they have nowhere to do that.
Birds and other animals have lost their habitats, and have probably died, or migrated. The forestry classes now cannot define all the different trees unless they go somewhere else to do so.
Someone needs to step up and fix this issue, if it hasn't already been addressed.

Bridgett Barnes