Lea Street School

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Lea Street School
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Danger Updater MDUDC 14:42, 7 May 2019 (UTC)
Lea Street School

Gulsonside [75, 70]

Waish Plaza
(Crowbank)
Hitchfield Alley
(Crowbank)
a carpark
(Crowbank)
Cottrill Square Lea Street School Pavitt Cinema
St. Polycarp's Hospital the Cockell Building Stephens Park

Basic Info:

  • Among the internal descriptions found in Schools:
    • "Half-finished work is scattered across the floor."
  • This building can be barricaded normally

Lea Street School

Description

A segmented set of buildings with modular classroom areas, a big auditorium and red metal peaked roof. An old playground with real metal monkey bars and real wood play forts slowly decays from lack of use and care.

History

Built in 1986, Lea St. was once a bright and lively place with glowing reports and happy students. Old displays and student work still adorns the walls. In a science classroom, paper mache planets hang from the ceiling, with Pluto included. Many classrooms contain small CRT televisions with VCR's on rolling carts. A stack BBC VHS tapes on the Roman Empire is on one and the Tudors on another. Math equations and literature paragraphs are still chalked on the blackboards. The school's twelve Apple IIe computers crashed and were gathering dust even before the Apocalypse. Each classroom has a poster board containing pictures of children that never returned...

Barricade Policy

Should be Very Strongly Barricaded to allow easy Free Running access and give those without free running a place to sleep that won't readily attract the zombie hordes.

Current Status

June 13, 2011 - "Staying in this place makes you feel like you’re out of bounds. As though any moment the principal will come in and shout at you for being inside at lunch hour. Still the teacher's lounge is a comfortable place to sleep in." -Greenwarrior

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