McDougle Elementary School bonded together to participate in a schoolwide activity to raise awareness about water conservation. Today 6th graders walked across the street to Anderson Park and each student collected a jug of water to carry back to school. The total amount of water collected represents the amount of water that one American family uses in a day. Then they filtered some of the water and poured the rest into a "water garden". The school is also raising money for clean water in Sudan. Jack Lehman and Kelly Shareshian, 6th graders, volunteered to be scoopers to fill up the jugs of water.