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UPDATE: Closed Bathrooms Resolved

Bathrooms reopen Tuesday morning as students wonder to what has happened
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Kieran Howsare
The boys and girls bathrooms remained closed throughout the first few hours of the day during March 19 despite maintenance members working throughout the night.

Maintenance crews worked tirelessly throughout Monday night as they worked to resolve the plumbing issue. And because of the crew’s work, they successfully fixed all issues in the building this morning during second hour.

The girls locker room began filling with water on March 18 during the last hour of school in the gym hallway due to the blockage. (Sydney Davis)

Although students did still have to experience a few hours with no bathrooms, they were available shortly after maintenance members worked on cleaning up and fixing minor issues.

Students and staff members were in shock as they walked into the building and noticed bathrooms were still closed. All bathrooms in the school were temporarily closed except the cafe bathroom, the 500 and 400 hallway bathrooms.

“People were in disbelief that they could not go to the bathroom, and that they had to walk around to the other side of the school,” freshman Grant Meyer said.

This mess was all caused by the backup and blockage of toilet paper and disposable wipes, which over time slowly clogged the pipes. While it took hours to unclog and multiple teams to figure out where the issues were coming from, all issues were solved.

Another concern many people had was the issue concerning sanitary safety. Principal Mr. Nelson made sure the school was safe and sanitized for students and staff members.

“We are committed to ensuring a clean and functional learning environment for all students,” Nelson said in an email sent to parents and staff members.

Not only were district maintenance people were working hard, but custodians were working extra hours on keeping water contained and helping out maintenance people. Some custodians even came in early to help clean and sanitize all rooms affected.

“I went into the bathrooms to try to keep the mess out of the hallways,” custodian Paul Reinig said.

Everyone is relieved that all problems have been solved. And the clogging issue is entirely fixed and under control.

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Amber Sethaler
Amber Sethaler, Reporter

Amber Sethaler is a junior, and this is her first year in journalism. Out of school, Amber spends her time working at GymQuarters Gymnastics Center, as a coach. Other than working, she loves to hang out with her friends and listen to music. She also loves shopping, and spending time with her family. When Amber graduates she wants to become a real estate agent. Amber's dream college is the University Of Missouri. She can't wait to learn more about journalism this year.

 
Brielle Vassel
Brielle Vassel, Reporter
Brielle Vassel is a freshman, and this is her first year in journalism class. This is also her first year as a member of the high school drumline, as a snare drum player. In her free time she enjoys reading, playing video games and hanging out with friends. She plays piano and loves music. She is a member of the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints.

Lexi Hufty
Lexi Hufty, Reporter
Lexi Hufty is a freshman, and it is her first year in journalism. She adores stories, and she explores every way they can be told - including, but not limited to, writing, drawing, video games, and sculpting. She plans to join the swim team and plays volleyball outside of school. You can always find her with a book (or two,) nearby. Outside of school, Lexi is almost always playing one of her favorite video games.

Kieran Howsare
Kieran Howsare, Reporter
Kieran Howsare is a sophomore and it's her second year in publications. Kieran in her free time does baking along with playing video games with friends or playing board games with her family. Besides spending time with her friends and family, she loves spending time by herself and binge watching horror movies with her cat or reading graphic novels. Kieran plans on going to college for either children therapy or children psychology. 

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