A monster school desk.
That’s what the kids are getting to work with this school year.
But what’s worse is that the desk is actually a monster.
In a story by The Wall St. Journal, the parents of a middle school in Sarasota County, Florida, say the desk has been responsible for more than one death.
“I know there are a lot of bad things going on around here,” said one parent, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to protect her children’s privacy.
But the desk she says is the worst, and there’s not a thing they can do about it.
The desk has also caused problems for other students, who say it washes their hands in school and that the desks are dirty.
Students at an elementary school in West Virginia said they’d like to be able to take their desks to school, but they’re stuck with the desk.
School principal Michael Sowers said he’s been called to several classrooms to address the issue.
Sowers says the desks were built in the 1950s, and are more than 50 years old.
They’ve been in the building for 20 years, and they’re still used.
He said he wants to make sure the desks aren’t causing damage.
In response to a request for comment from The Wall ST Journal, school officials wrote in a statement: The school is currently working with the Sarasota school district to determine what, if any, additional steps may be required to address safety issues.
At this time, it is not our responsibility to make changes to existing desks.
Schools have a responsibility to provide safe and appropriate learning environments for students and staff, and we work to ensure that every student has a safe and effective learning environment.
While the school district is working with Sarasota and surrounding counties, they said it would be inappropriate to comment further at this time.
A spokesperson for the school board in the county told The WSJ that they have been in contact with Sarasotas school district and have discussed the issue and have been working with them.