Should schools add a half hour to make up for the snow days?

Posted by: Misspriss14

My school is making us go a half hour later to make up for the 13 snow days we had.

  • No

  • Yes

79% 15 votes
21% 4 votes
  • Some students have work and have to be there by the time this would happen. I have to ride a public bus, this would make me miss my bus.

  • no they shouldn't. in my opinion they shouldnt even have snow days. so what if it snows and inch or two? it wont kill you to go to school anyway. were i live, there is no such things as snow days. iv walked almost two miles in a complete blizzard and lived. it could snow 4 feet and we are still expected to be there. i think we should just get rid of snow days. it is the towns responsibility to keep the streets clear and sanded down so there is no reason not to be in school

  • We don't have snow days. It doesn't snow.

  • I agree that 30 mins are unfair. But snow days, in some states, are necessary. Anyone ever heard of the state called North Dakota? Yeah, they need them.

    Posted by: Owlz
  • No becaeuse students get hungary and schoool doesnt provide enogh launch. i knoe that as soon as i get home i look forward to eating and drinking me a cold pop

  • because I dont see the point in it. If its our vacation then we should be let out. And I bet many people would agree with me.

  • No one lieks school

  • Yes, dude, this has been happening since the dawn of time. I grew up in Colorado where we did have snow days often and then those missed days got tacked to the end of spring semester, cutting into summer D: I thought it sucked back then, but looking back, a few days of education is hardly something to whine about. :P

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Comrade_Silly_Otter says2014-03-27T10:27:58.3300229-05:00
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