Wow, I hope people will realize how OUTDATED this article is, and how skewed it was even at the time it was written. I've spoken with many PS 198 parents, and none of them were concerned about which door is used by whom. Some PS 198 students enter through the cafeteria, some through the courtyard. Many of us are glad we are not forced to enter from a crowded sidewalk on a busy avenue, as Lower Lab is forced to do. LL kids have to cut through a chaotic scene to enter, several levels down from their main office and many classrooms, forcing the LL kids to climb many stairs to get to the heart of the school. Logistically, you need several doors to enter the building when there are so many students trying to get in at the same time, and it's very subjective to say which is the better way to enter. This whole point in the article is very silly and is meant to bait people into a pointless discussion.