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Schools answer nature's call
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Lisa Hobbs photo Emergency buckets will soon be distributed to every classroom in the Warren County School System. The buckets can be used to construct makeshift bathrooms during extended lockdowns. West Elementary received its emergency buckets Friday. Pictured front row, from left, are Gabby Bolin and Tali Aguilar. Second row, SRO Jarvis Johnson, Nancy Freeman, Vanessa Barcenas, principal Michelle Lewis, and Director of Schools Bobby Cox.
Warren County Schools is preparing for when nature calls during a lockdown. Each classroom in the school system will be given an emergency bucket with necessities such as toilet paper, first aid kit, duct tape, and a shower curtain. The shower curtain and duct tape can be used to construct a makeshift bathroom.