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Kids having schools on weekends

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 4/22/2016 Category: Health
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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I do not think that kids shoukd have school on weekends because they need time to relax and sleep.


I do support the idea of weekend school, however, the school day would need to have a time change, such as later starts and later ends. This way, the kids would still be able to sleep a long-ish amount of time and stay awake and focused at school. This idea would also allow kids to be able to stay in the groove of school, instead of getting all in the "dumps" Sunday night. Kids would be better focused, thus allowing them to perform better on tests they would have. Lastly, weekend school would allow less fortunate children to still attain a healthy breakfast and lunch if their parents or guardians are unable to. I hope the voters will see my points and vote for Pro! Thanks!
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Posted by eliza66759 2 years ago
I think Liza is right because she is awesome
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