The Registrar of the school, Ruth Mills, revealed in an interview that children in the institution are learning under extreme stress with very few benches to sit on.
In an SOS call, the Registrar appealed to the Government through the Education Ministry to come to the aid of the school.
She also appealed to business and philanthropic institutions for urgent intervention to save the school from total collapse.
Mills said whenever it rains, running water flows through the school building making it difficult for classes to be held.
The William VS Tubman pre- Primary school was founded in 1953 and named in honor of Liberia’s 18th President, William VS Tubman.
According to Madam Mills, the school is the only pre-Primary learning institution in the Township of Virginia and has impacted the lives of many young people.
The school presently has an enrolment of 250 students and a total of four teachers, two of whom are on the Ministry of Education payroll, while the remaining two are providing voluntary services.
Ruth Mills warned that with the rainy season already in, the school could collapse if nothing is done to rescue it.