Oregon School Changes Potty Policy That Disciplined Kids

Cascades Elementary School teachers were accused of using payment strategies to limit students' bathroom use.
3:00 | 01/14/14

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An elementary school an organ thought it had a great way to limit kids from going to the bathroom too much during class time it decided to charge them imaginary school money. If the kids went over there a lot of limits some parents -- think it's unfair and they're pushing back. They just don't -- -- my children should be punished for having -- -- Dresser and even if they didn't take advantage a recess break. Because they may not even thinking about it to your children. So cascades elementary school camp with another -- if kids use the -- outside the three designated break times. They -- lose two minutes of recess teachers argue that kids can fall behind if they spent too much time out of the classroom.

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