With school just around the corner, many teachers are getting their rooms ready for the first day of class.
But one group of sixth grade teachers are being forced to move to new classrooms because of increased enrollment.
"Nice neighbors," Principal Kathy Rooke said.
Corpus Christi Catholic Church is used to welcoming in guests for worship --- but this year they're welcoming in their neighboring school to teach in their building.
"As the year progressed last year we saw our enrollment growing and growing, and we're actually up to 665 students right now," Rooke said.
Northridge's capacity is 556 students, and with portable classrooms already taking up all the room they have available on their campus, they had to find space elsewhere.
"You know we're seperated from the rest of our staff, our colleagues so you know at first, it hurt, essentially," Lemar said.
While it's not ideal for these teachers to move into another school building, they're just happy they'll have a classroom to teach in.
"I'll take it, it's a space," Teacher Jenni Picard said.
"We'll be here, we'll still be part of the staff, we'll go over there for meetings, and so on and so forth," Lemar said.
It might not be their school building that they're teaching in, but they're grateful for having Corpus Christi give them the space.
"They are so kind as to readjust things in their facility and make room for us," Rooke said.
"My teaching team here for sixth grade is probably one of the best teams I've taught with in all my 15 years, and for the four of us to be able to move together and make this work for our incoming sixth graders, we're very fortunate," Picard said.
While this hallway might be quite today, soon dozens of sixth graders will be walking through the halls, calling this their school.
A few years ago Northridge borrowed room from the church before Sunrise Elementary school was built, and now that their school is at capacity, they're being forced to find more room again.