It happened at the Pontiac Academy for Excrement Excellence. A four-year-old girl says she remembers two things about her first day of school.

She likes her teacher.

Her school smells nasty.

When Amanda Goff visited her daughter's school, she found Porta-Potties lining the school's first floor hallway.

School officials tell WXYZ that ongoing construction at the Pontiac school rendered the bathrooms unusable, so the contractor brought the portable toilets in as a temporary measure. Doing so is a health code violation, as Porta-Potties need to be vented outside to release the gas that is created as they fill.

The Porta-Potties have since been removed, and some restrooms inside the building are being used.