[Silence] [Nature sounds] Hey, there! Welcome to Lake
Mills Elementary School safari. – We will be your exploration
guides for the day. – Today, we will feature children
in their natural habitat – school! – We are going to take you into the –
one of the most mysterious parts of the school building.
A place where children are seen coming and going from frequently, yet no one
knows what really goes on in there. – Ah, yes. I know the place you speak of.
The bathroom. – Exactly. But, although all
creatures use the bathrooms, the children at Lake Mills Elementary
School understand that you can’t act like animals when you’re in there.
– Come. Let’s take a closer look. – Look. There. A child is waiting
patiently outside the bathroom stall. – Ah, yes. I see.
I’m also noticing they are keeping a safe distance to give privacy to
the other child using the bathroom. [Flushing sound] – Did you hear that? It’s the soothing
sound of the flushing toilet. – Ah, yes.
The true call of the wild and also a signal that it is
time to leave the bathroom stall. – Two pumps of soap,
warm water, scrub, and rinse. – On to the paper towel, helping to save
the environment one towel at a time. – And into the trash can. – Wow! These children are really
keeping this place clean and safe for all. – And, just like that, the child is
already making their way quickly and quietly back to the classroom habitat.
– Amazing. Simply amazing. – You can see, even in one of the
most secluded of environments, children can follow expectations.
– Please do your part to help us keep our bathrooms a safe and clean
place for all children in our school. – Tune in next time to
find out if monkeys do, in fact, use the monkey bars, or if that’s
just one of nature’s myths. [laughter] [Nature sounds]