07:33 am
22 March 2019

Locked out from the bathroom

Locked out from the bathroom
Signs that Mr. Arnold left outside his door during the lockout.

When Fremont decided to lock all their doors due to the safety of their students, they didn’t realize that they weren’t going to be able to visit a bathroom anytime soon. From slipping signs under doors, to peeing in bottles, when Fremont’s third period classes were faced with the problem of no bathrooms, they worked with what they had.

“I felt like the time went by even slower because of [the lockdown],” said Grace Youngberg, a sophomore who had to wait much longer to visit the bathroom. “I didn’t know how long it would be until we would get out, so that made things even worse. Then all the bathrooms were locked so it wasn’t just waiting until we were let out of the classroom. It was not fun!”

Because it was a lockdown, students weren’t allowed to run to a bathroom because of safety precautions. This required that some students hold “it” for up to four hours while students were being evacuated.

“I had to go since class started and could not leave, and so I finally caved in and just went in the corner, so it was the best feeling ever,” said Jake Pendergast, a senior at Fremont.

Another student who had to use the classroom as a restroom said, “It was kind of weird to pee in a garbage can in the lockdown, but when you got to go, you got to go.”

 

 

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My name is Jerra Fowers. I am a very adventurous, free spirited child. I love life. My wardrobe mainly consists of basketball shorts, nike socks, and tennis shoes and I only dress up when I have to. I live out in the sticks, in a city we like to call Hooper, about a half an hour away from the school. On our 100 acre farm, and spend my summers hauling hay. My family was one of the first families to come to Utah, so summers consist of farming and family history. Because of this, I love genealogy and being able to keep records for the generations after me. I love to write because it allows me to express myself in a way that no one else can copy, I can create something that may make someone’s day a little brighter. I have a personal blog where I write my life stories down, its there when people need a little positive to their day. My favorite people in the whole world would have to be my family, I have one older sister,a younger set of twins, and a set of wonderful parents. We travel everywhere together from Mexico, The Bahamas, and the West Coast. We spend most weekends closer to home camping, boating, and four-wheeling. I also have a very big passion for running. I run on the Cross Country (I am a captain) and Track team for Fremont and I cherish every minute of it.

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