Study says schools don't have problem with new water regs

Seventy percent of schools are using existing drinking fountains to meet requirements under the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.

NEW YORK—Studies show that drinking water helps children stay at a healthy weight. It can also help them stay focused in the classroom. Now, a new study takes a look at whether water is readily available at schools.

Seven-year-old Gavin Fedelizo drinks plenty of water at school. When asked what his favorite drink is, he said he likes water because it doesn't have sugar and it's healthy.

A new study shows most schools are meeting a new government mandate to make free drinking water available to students during lunch.

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