Does your child suddenly need a drink of water the minute you turn the lights out at night? Does the need to go to the bathroom strike — always and mysteriously — while she's doing her homework?
Stephanie Warner, a Brooklyn elementary school teacher who was fed up with frequent disruptions in her fifth grade classroom imposed some drastic bathroom rules earlier this month. Parents of her students were shocked to hear that their kids would be limited to just three bathroom visits a week.
Not only that, but kids who didn't use all of their passes would be rewarded and those who misplaced or "broke" their passes would be denied new ones.
Read the whole story (New York Post)
Do you think restricting bathroom breaks will help kids stay focused on learning?