Some might glance in a random direction during summer school or on a quick visit, but for the most part, people don't see the inside of the school when the kids aren't in session. You may or may not realize this final act of teaching every year, the stacking and packing, hiding and covering of a classroom to make it ready for summer. In order to make room for floor cleaning, wall painting, fumigating, rewiring, and other maintenance, a teacher must pack up supplies and materials (and packratted items) to get them out of the way.
In 30 years, I've had plenty of experience with this regular chore, though it is not something I look forward to doing. This means that sometime before the next school year, I will have to unpack and unstack, uncover and discover all of these materials once again. Much of it will be judged worthy to be stored, while other pieces will be discarded. Some of it will be hidden in places where I, too, will forget I put it. Things will be reset, reused, re-displayed. Decorations will be change. Plans will change.
For now: rest peacefully, Room 404. Rest peacefully.