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Saying goodbye to water vending machines for good

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Crystal Lopez, Reporter/Writer

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The Oak Hills High School student body has been wondering and questioning why the water bottles from the vending machines are being taken away. Waters from vending machines have been selling for years. However, for this 2016 school year the Hesperia Unified School District has decided to take water bottles away. It is official that water in the vending machines are no longer being sold. The vending machine’s themselves are apart of ASB, who is also losing money.

 

Brook Hubbard the ASB president stated, “Water bottles are being taken away from ASB by the district”.

 

Waters that are being sold on the carts at lunch are from the district, they also give waters through the lunch program. Taking away water from vending machines will help the district make more money off the carts.

 

Hubbard states,” I can’t go into detail about why the district is taking them away, but they are in charge of what ASB sells”.

 

ASB students are willing to fight to get the water bottles back into vending machines because it was helping ASB make a lot of money. Lots of students have been asking ASB why vending machines aren’t working. Many complaints are taking place towards the advisors of the ASB and the district about water bottles being taken away.

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Photo taken by Crystal Lopez

Alyssa Lopez an Oak Hills High School student says “I don’t agree with the district taking away our water bottles, because I get thirsty throughout the day not just during lunch.”

 

Selling ice creams at lunch has been helping out ASB with making more money. Ice creams and slushies are being sold at the student store during lunch, and water bottles are also being sold for $1.00 at the carts during lunch, however the bottles are very small. As of right now water bottles will not come back into vending machines until further notice from the district.       

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Crystal was born on April 26, 1999. She loves dancing, cooking, cleaning, playing basketball, and playing baseball . Out of all of them, dancing is her...

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