Posted May 10, 2018 04:12:58The laptop used by a school librarian to edit documents on her laptop is not a classroom desk, nor is it the work computer that she uses to do most of her work at home.
Instead, it is a laptop she bought for her children and that she plans to keep as a desk.
That is, until it is too late.
The Australian Financial Reviews can reveal that the desk that Mrs Campbell uses to edit and edit documents for her students is currently not functional and it is now in danger of falling apart.
The laptop was purchased by Mrs Campbell from an internet auction company in April 2017.
It is not clear when the laptop was bought.
When asked about the laptop’s status, a spokeswoman for the school said: “It has not been used for any work since June 2017.
The desk is currently in a state of disrepair.”
She said the school would not be using the desk again until it was completely refurbished.
The school is also considering replacing the laptop and installing a new one.
The spokeswoman said the laptop had been used on several occasions since it arrived.
“If we can’t use it, then we may be able to get it replaced,” she said.
“We have not yet looked into it, but we do know the desk is now not functional.”
The school spokeswoman said Mrs Campbell was not looking to sell the desk but had recently taken the decision to sell it.
The spokesperson said Mrs Campers laptop would be refurbished at the school’s own expense.
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