Deerfield students dealing with waterless schools
Schools rented port-a-potties and relocated to local church
DEERFIELD, Wis. — A water main that travels underneath Deerfield middle schools and high schools broke, leaving many students without running water for a week.
Deerfield High School has adapted by setting up 12 portable bathrooms for students.
District Administrator Michelle Jensen said the water main break is a great learning opportunity. She has used the situation to teach the students about water by placing facts inside the port-a-potty doors.
“We’ve learned to appreciate a source that we take for granted,” Jensen said.
Deerfield Middle School has relocated its students to a local Lutheran church.
The faucets are expected to be back on on Monday.