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roko888
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lwittman
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should schools start later

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lwittman
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 4/27/2016 Category: Education
Updated: 7 months ago Status: Post Voting Period
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roko888

Con

So i think schools should start early so kids can make the most out of it and there education seeing friends in the morning wakes you up seeing them in the after noon make you bored and breakfast schools provide breakfast and lunch breakfast helps the mind and body
lwittman

Pro

Schools should start later in the day for many reasons. For starters your brain isn't ready to learn right away. From 7am to 9 am the brain wants to have sex. From 9am to 11am your creativity is activated. Then from 11am to 2 pm the brain is ready for some mental tasks. However, it is ready for a break after that.


As for the argument of seeing friends, I hate seeing my friends first thing in the morning. I'm still tired and it's to early to deal with that many people all at once. They tend to react the same way, it's to early for that crap.


Breakfast is the first meal of the day, and it is the most important meal of the day. However most kids don't eat breakfast in school, they go straight to whatever classroom they have first and then lay their heads down and try to get more sleep.



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Debate Round No. 1
roko888

Con

you are right but what about parents if there kids half to take them to school and they half to be at work at a certain time they need to start school early and if they half to be some where then they need to start school early also field trime so you need to leave early they only have a certain time and places sometimes close early
lwittman

Pro

lwittman forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 2
roko888

Con

roko888 forfeited this round.
lwittman

Pro

What about parents? They don't go to school their kids do, and bus routes are set up so that they can pick up every student in a district.
Debate Round No. 3
roko888

Con

roko888 forfeited this round.
lwittman

Pro

May the best bater win.
Debate Round No. 4
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Posted by lwittman 7 months ago
lwittman
I say schools start later, con says schools start early.
Posted by CAHAL101 7 months ago
CAHAL101
so who is on the con side that schools should not start later I'm so confused about this one
Posted by lwittman 7 months ago
lwittman
@Ubermensch-Tsoa I believe that you have the wrong debate.
Posted by Ubermensch-Tsoa 7 months ago
Ubermensch-Tsoa
I think this is nearly a pointless debate primarily because its based on religion/existence of God. To prove the morality can exists with or without God, one must first prove that God exists. Until you can establish this point, you cannot successfully argue any other parts. This would likely end in an "agree to disagree" conclusion because their is "evidence" that God exists and "evidence" that God doesn't exist but nothing is proven. They call it "faith" for a reason.
Posted by dmontgomery 7 months ago
dmontgomery
Kids should be given the opportunity wake up their eyes by eating breakfast, a quick ten minute walk in the fresh air, then start school. We need to understand that learning doesn't occur when you are hungry. This is important to have this time. The first class for all students should be breakfast time 30 minutes between 7:30am to 8:000am and then classes should begin for the day. This time should be incorporated in the school schedule and mandatory to attend. These kids do a lot these days with sports and school both. They need a little breather.
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Vote Placed by Ragnar 6 months ago
Ragnar
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Reasons for voting decision: Neither had a compelling argument... Con's absence of punctuation and awful spelling left me uncertain what he was trying to say (something about half of an unnamed item from a butcher shop which closes early?). Conduct for greater number of forfeits.