The average American uses 17 gallons of water per shower. We also use gallons of water to wash our faces, teeth, dishes, clothes, dogs, and once in a while even our cars. We flush away even more gallons of water. Access to clean water is something most of us take for granted. Maybe if you’ve been camping and have had to either tote water with you or pump and purify it from a stream, you have a different idea about the privilege of turning on water at a tap. But even that
It is no secret that one of MCLC's most popular classes is gardening. The students love all of their other special classes as well: woodworking, music, gym, and computer science. Even though these specials are part of the national curriculum, they are not typically taught at other schools on Lagonav, so the students at MCLC view them as a privilege. MCLC recognizes that in order to receive a well-rounded education, students must be exposed to a variety of subjects and skills.