Why are these public schools in Tacoma, WA, using a public buttplug?

The public schools of Tacoma, Washington are using a new kind of public plug in their classrooms that makes the water-filled recess area a “play area” for students.

The plug, designed by the New York-based firm, Public Plug, was designed for students with asthma and allergies.

It’s intended to help them relax and relax the breathing.

The plug can be easily removed if it gets wet or becomes uncomfortable.

Public Plug uses a custom-made mesh system to cover the recess area and create a natural play area for students in the classroom.

“We’re really excited about this because it’s really an innovative product,” said Laurie DeWitt, the CEO of Public Plug.

“It’s really nice to see a company that wants to make it possible for the public to have fun in their schools.”

The plug is being used in all public schools at public schools across Tacoma, as well as the Tacoma Public Utilities Department.

The company is working with Tacoma Public Schools to implement the plug.

It is available for schools that are open on a regular schedule.

The schools are in the process of getting a second set of plugs to ensure students can get to and from school.

Public plug has worked in the public schools for over a decade.

In 2012, the company was awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop and market a public plug system for schools.