GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – Students at the Rocky Mountain Deaf School in Golden are making a plea for help. They say they are in desperate need of a new building.

The school sits in a strip mall. They say the roof leaks, they’re short on space and the gym is too small.

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Teachers say the building doesn’t reflect the outstanding programming at the school and they’ve even had to relocate five times in 13 years.

Students say they’re just looking for a place to call home.

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The school is asking for donations and seeking a grant from the state to build a new school.

“We need something really big with more space. We need to have grass outside, there isn’t any grass outside … we need a playground with grass and we need swings,” a student said.

Click here for more information on how to donate or learn more about the school.

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