Utah school installs showers and washing machines for homeless students to use

A high school in Utah has installed showers and washing machines for its homeless students in a bid to encourage attendance.

Officials at Salt Lake City’s East High School said homelessness was a real issue in the community and they believe up to 100 of their students do not have daily access to a shower or washing machine. 

The school has now installed two wash rooms, with a shower and a washing machine and dryer, that students can use before, during or after school.

“I don’t want to go to work if I don’t have clean clothes, I don’t want to go to

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