I work in a small private school. Today the assistant administrator came in and told the boys in my class that there was no soap in the boys' restroom. The reason, she said, is that someone has been dispensing soap all over the floor and making messes with it (not surprising and certainly inconvenient!). But I guess I'm having a problem with the fact that no boy in the entire school can wash their hands with soap after visiting the restroom because of one kid's poor choice. The restrooms are right by the office. If things are this bad, couldn't they keep a dispenser at the office and have the boys come out for soap and then go back to wash? Just until the problem clears up or whatever? The goal, supposedly, is to get the guilty party to 'fess up. But if I were a kid, I may say I did it, even if I didn't, just to get soap back. Yuck! This is nasty!