GULP. Junior Leo Benson sips on his favorite water bottle during the school day. (Tommy verhey)
GULP. Junior Leo Benson sips on his favorite water bottle during the school day.

Tommy verhey

Thirsty? Fill it up.

February 2, 2023

Water bottles are as common in the halls as books and backpacks… and so are filling stations. Take a virtual walk through the floors to see which water fountains get used the most.

Want to read opinions on the water fountains and filling stations? Follow @spa_waterfountains on Instagram to get ratings, quotes, and notes.

My bottle, my story

Not every water bottle has a story, but most people admit they have a go-to that they bring with them each day. Below are a few stories of student’s hydration vessel of choice.

If you would like to share your water bottle story, please add it in the comments.

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    Marghe Tabar, librarianFeb 3, 2023 at 3:12 pm

    Times do change! 17 yrs ago, I carried a plastic water bottle around the SPA halls because so few water fountains were available in the building. I alternated between a colorful plastic flamingo bottle purchased at the Flamingo Casino in Las Vegas and another plastic one decorated with plants.