Absolutely not. As a 7th grader with many disabilities and dysfunctions, the regular time schedule wears me out. I am a 7th grader with autonomic dysfunctions, paradoxical vocal fold dysfunction, and asthma. A 4 day school week would mean getting up at around 3;30 am to do my morning routine and walking the 2.5 miles to school because the public bus does not change their schedule for school. Ending later would prevent kids from doing extracurricular activities because it would be dark out around wintertime. Kids would get home around 5;00 and not have a lot of time for play. Also, studies have proven that a brain does not work well when it is hungry, and most likely by 4;00 pm people will be hungry.