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A School's Sign Told Kids They Could Only Use the Water Fountain Once Per Week, and Um . . .

Staying hydrated throughout the day is important for everyone, especially children who are active and busy at school. That's why when one school decided to severely restrict children's access to drinking water, parents were rightfully outraged. A sign, posted at a Cincinnati Elementary School, stated that children were to ask permission before taking a drink of water at the hallway fountain, and that they were only allowed one drink a week, otherwise there would be a deduction in their grade.
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