Once a thriving hub of learning and education, Fernwood Elementary School now lays in a state of decay. Its once bright and colorful walls has faded, and the roof leaks when it rains. The school has been abandoned for years, left to deteriorate as the community moves on. The windows are shattered, and the doors hang off their hinges, creaking in the wind. The only sign of life was the occasional small animal scurrying through the hallways. But it wasn't always like this. Once upon a time, Fernwood Elementary was the pride of the community. The school had been built in the early 1900s, and generations of children had passed through its doors. Teachers had been dedicated to their students, and the parents had been heavily involved in the school's activities. Now, the empty classrooms and hallways stand as a reminder of what has been lost. The air was thick with the scent of mildew and rot, and there was a sense of abandonment and loss that hung heavily in the air.