Maryland school district studies how 2-ply toilet paper will affect its bottom line

There’s a lot to Montgomery County Public Schools’ proposed operating budget of $2.8 billion for fiscal year 2021. But one topic that got a lot of attention at Monday night’s public hearing on the budget was the quality of school toilet paper. “It feels rough as sandpaper and very thin, which has led to many uncomfortable circumstances for students,” said Sekayi Fraser, student body president at Cabin John Middle School. “On top of that, the toilet paper dispensers are extremely inefficient and only allow for two to three squares to be broken off at a time.” (WTOP)

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