Across the nation, millions of kids are stuck at home for virtual school. They spend many hours of their day sitting in front of a computer, trying to make the most of a tough situation. However, many of the kids don’t have a designated spot to work. My project idea is to build simple, yet functional wooden desks to give underprivileged students a place to do all of their work. A designated workspace hopefully will alleviate some of the struggles with virtual schooling. Working with a teenager from Northern Virginia who has successfully built and delivered hundreds of desks to local students, I plan on bringing this to Norfolk where many children live in the bottom 1% of the nation. I also plan on a customization factor, where the Tunstall Art Classes will help paint the desks with the children’s favorite colors, teams, logos…etc. This project will also be a collaboration with the Literacy Fellows. I am super excited to get started and hope that I will make some kids more excited about school.