I am fortunate to have access to 2 classrooms this year, but I work with students with severe disabilities (wheelchair bound mostly) and we do not have access to a place to conduct IEP's. I have had to mark at least 8 different pieces of furniture in my classroom and have it moved to the main warehouse BEFORE I can even begin to straighten, organize, and fix up my room for the next coming year. This is the 2nd year i've been in the classroom and I found that the furniture i'm having moved just took up space and was a great way to store CLUTTER. I came back to the room on Monday and spent almost 5 hours just getting rid of the surface clutter. I'm probably going to be here until Friday working from 6-7am until the evening just to get this room fixed up and organized. I'm fortunate to have sensory items (even though they are baby-like) because my students all of them function below 16 months. I have students with multiple profound disabilities. I still am stuck with what to do with all this extra "junk" that I can't get rid of without permission from the school itself. I wish there were more teachers who could use a "horseshoe type of table", "rectangular work tables", rolling cabinet, small wooden cabinets with latches, 2 teacher's desks, and 2 filing cabinets. It's taking up way too much space in my classroom and I need to get rid of it. Any ontakers?