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We have 5 days a week and look at me im perfectly fine. We need the knoweledge for everything. Any one who says no to this is a fat lazy person. Ok get that in your head and soak it in really good. Got that thxx laters bye jkja hadfj
Because I'm 9 and school is fun and you get lot of fun work and you might have the best teacher ever and she might give you candy if you behave well and you might find new friends at the your school where you are and you might get extra recess.
Lets put it this way, kids need to go to school 5 days a week to maximize their learning potential. Anything more than that will just burn the kids out too much and anything less will not be efficient. Also, it will prepare them for the future where adults have to work 5 days a week.
We need to go to learn. School is what help us learn. If we had no school then people would have to homeschool us. And they can homeschool us if they had him go to school and get smart. Also we need school so we can get smarter and get new jobs. But if we didn't have school then we couldn't get a job.
Now see i'm a high school finishing junior at the moment i'm only 17 years old and i'm so used to 5 days a week. Now i do not like school very much but i do believe that 5 days a week does have its advantages such as more time to teach the students the material. Now though we hate it life isn't gonna be much different, because our jobs will be 5 days a week if not more so we might as well get used to it now and stop whining about the real world. I'll be like this for the rest of our lives, no matter how much we hate it.
Students SHOULD NOT go to school 5 days a week. Because it can be very tiring and students an suffer from depression, students may not even have the time to do homework. It can also be very frustrating, we can learn as much things at home then at school, it's called technology.
If kids just get 4 days of school, they wouldn't get their much needed education for the future. Having just 4 days of extended school would get them more time for homework, but doesn't give them the time they need to talk to teachers for help on said homework or if they dont understand their work. Today, i do see kids complaining about having too much school however, the majority of kids don't really like going to school in the first place.
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We need less time in school because we get tired out and especially middle schoolers and high schoolers have up to eight classes every day and most home is due the next day. And for some kids that is to much homework in so little time . I think we should not have to go to school 5 days a week.
We should have less school because, first kids would be more rested for school. Second we would have more time to finish Homework and projects, so we would be less stressed that we will get a bad grade. Another reason is that we could be more social with friends, or make a new group of friends, so people don't fell left out. In the end i think that we should have less school
School is exhausting and frustrating for many kids. This is only increased by having a 5 day week. It would be better to have more focus on sciences and maths and less focus on less important subjects. Thus the school curriculum can be squeezed into a four day week instead of a five day one.
My son is 10, and he tells me that he is always tired and his hands and feet are always sore, and that he does not want to go to school. I try to make him feel better, but he cant get enough sleep and he is always grumpy. Bye.
We should have homework instead because it is nice to be home and to sit on a chair! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
When I get home from school, I have to do homework on the weekdays. I have to do homework on even days too! If we had a 4 day school week and a 3 day weekend, then I would do SO much better in school. I would have 2 days for homework, and one day for sports/extracurricular activities and hanging out, and vice versa. I have SO much stress from school because my teachers give me homework over the weekend and I don't have enough time to finish it, so I either end up staying up late to finish it, doing it early in the morning or in study hall, or just having to turn it in unfinished. Kids need breaks from school for mental health and relaxing. Teachers need breaks from school because they are regular people just like us, and they can't do school 24/7. It's an all around good choice to have 4 days of school and 3 days of weekend because it evens everything out.
Our school has gone four days a week since I was in 5th grade and I am a sophomore now. That's six years, why must we change it? The school complains about budget and that is just added expense. Students are angry and we want it changed back as soon as possible.
School is where I get ridiculed and made fun of. If it remains a 4 day school week, then I will have one less day to be made fun of, and 1 more day to spend by myself and happy. School should be fun, but bullies make it hard for me to learn myself, and make my grades go down.
Kids should have more time to themselves and with theirs frends and less time using books and things they will never use they need to have rest and peace and less work leads to well rested kids if they go to school to often then they have to get up early and get grumpy at school
Because they lacked four days in study in school and how about if they don't understand the lesson that the teacher have tackled they cannot have enough time to ask their teacher if they cannot understand the lesson. How about if the student is absent? See! The student lost one or more than a day.