Going to school every day keeps kids caught up, and also gives kids the opportunity to see their friends. When you don't go to school, you miss what the teacher is teaching that day and miss the work that they do additionally. Your grade will end up dropping and that's not good
Some kids like school because then they can spend more time with their friends, and less time with their piano-addicted parents. Some parents feel like there child's musical ability is more important than them, so weekends are ruined with hours and hours of continuous music practice. My parents just take music too seriously, but I only think of it as a hobby. Sometimes they won't let me eat if I don't play 2 hours of piano, so yeah. I would much rather go to school every day.
Because school is mostly for ever and I miss my mom and it’s not fair that we can’t have time with our family we should at least have school for 2 or 3 hours so we have time with our family and have a great time at home with our parents.
I dont think because the saying time is money but us students dont get paid to be in school. At least a dollar a day would be good enough for everyday we come to school. Anyways school districts get paid everyday for all the students to be in school. Even the government. That is one reason america has alot and produces more money.
I don't think that going to school every day of the week would be very productive. I know that people could learn more this way, but everyone needs a rest sometimes, and resting is good for processing the information that you've learned throughout the week. Taking away people's weekends would probably not make them very happy.
With the rising cost of living paired with odd packed work schedules adults in modern society can't be expected to attend school every day. I also think that because of how much students pay for their education in the first place they should be able to completely go online or attend "make-up," online lectures. It's just too hard to be expected to go to school full-time without big scholarships or loans because of the cost of living.