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CRAZYN1NJA
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SperoXVII
Con (against)

Should Schools Have No Lunches And End At 12PM

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 10/19/2017 Category: Education
Updated: 9 months ago Status: Debating Period
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CRAZYN1NJA

Pro

Children should be allowed to eat during class so that they don't need lunch breaks. This will ensure children can get home after 12PM and can work on homework, hang out with friends and family as well as get job in this very expensive society, to afford things in life and to add meaning to having an afternoon.
SperoXVII

Con

Actually, You probably have no idea how much chaos that would cause, Kids eating during classes could cause a bigger problem for the janitors, kids in today's society leave trash everywhere. the amount of spills. this will also be a problem for people with allergies some kids can not be in the same area as other like people who bring in lunch. they may bring in a PB&J which or peanuts which is a problem for most people. Lunches allow students to take a break and relax and it also prepares them for the next class its kinda like a cool down session from the previous classes its not a "break" its a relief. So yeah lunch periods are very important.
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