Poor Principal Walter Russ. He's "desperate" for designer Florence Waters to renovate the school's disgusting basement bathrooms, and the stress is causing him to get, "ahem, " all clogged up. Luckily, during their stressful summer-school internships, the sixth graders discover the perfect way for everyone to relax: by enjoying an ancient Roman spa and bath buried in the school's basement " Includes a classroom activity."
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