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  • Denise Mustin

    Bathroom Passes - great idea. When kiddos go to the restroom they put the hand sanitizer on their desk. When they return they get a squirt! Could use a stuffed animal instead like a pink potty pig.

  • Stacy Barbagallo

    First Grade and Fancy Free: Bathroom Passes great idea. When kiddos go to the restroom they put the hand sanitizer on their desk. When they return they get a squirt! Love usually my Firsties put a boy or girl pass on their desk. Using this next school year. Remind students to still wash their hands!

  • Mary Kathryn

    hand sanitizer bathroom pass

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