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Schools Requiring Kids To Bring Their Own Toilet Paper 11

Across the country schools are asking students to bring in supplies to help offset budget cuts. Kids in Moody, Alaska received a must bring list for the start of the school year including: two double rolls of paper towels, three packages of Clorox wipes, three boxes of baby wipes, two boxes of garbage bags, liquid soap, Kleenex and Ziplocs. Pre-kindergartners at McClendon Elementary in Nevada, Tex. must bring: a package of cotton balls, two containers of facial tissue, rolls of paper towels, sheaves of manila and construction paper, and a package of paper sandwich bags. From the article: "'Some of the things that have been historically provided by schools, we’re not able to provide at this point,' said Barbara A. Chester, president of the National Association of Elementary School Principals."
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Schools Requiring Kids To Bring Their Own Toilet Paper

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  • This brings a whole new meaning to "ShitBreak"!
  • Funny thing about mandatory schooling ... you can't require kids to bring things. What are you going to do, kick them out?

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