Source: Michael Orr / ABC News
An elementary school in Lebanon, Ore., has done away with a policy that required kids to pay to potty.
Some parents said teachers at Cascades Elementary School were punishing their children for needing to use the restroom outside of their scheduled bathroom breaks.
Melissa Dalebout told ABC News’ Portland affiliate KATU that her first-grade, daughter, Lily, had an accident at school while trying to hold in her urine.
In Lily’s class, said Dalebout, children had to pay “Super Pro” bucks to use the bathroom outside their scheduled breaks, or they could hold on to their fake money to buy trinkets at the school store, which parents says gives their kids an incentive to hold it in.
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