There should not be year-round schools because it disrupts events in the summer, cost more money, and messes up schedules. One reason why there should not be year-round schools is because year-round schools disrupt events in the summer. First of all people are losing the vacations they have in summer. For example Over 2.5 million school children have not had summer vacation because of school districts having year round schools. (“Year-round education: Is summer vacation over... forever?”).
Summer camps would not have many kids to even have a camp. The employees who work there will not get paid and if the camp closes the employees will not have a job (Kelly). This shows that summer camps could shut down and the employees would have to lose their jobs and not have money for the summer. Many high schoolers get jobs during the summer. But if there is no summer jobs could be affected.
However, a 45-15 day routine is not efficient because near the end of the 45 days, students will be counting down the days and will stop trying In school. Furthermore, another flaw could be how some families that are poor will have to pay for summer childcare. Nevertheless, this is cancelled out by the decrease in money that the parents have to pay for school lunches, etc. It can clearly be seen that some of these major flaws are no big deal and can easily be combated
Every summer it feels as if the same thing happens: Studio's wait until May to start releasing these huge films that normally would be ignored unless it was released in during the summer months. When you normally get in January - April are small budget films that do okay, but don't bring in the hundreds of millions needed to cover that astronomical budgets needed to cover the summer movie budgets. However, that starts to be changing. Those cheap B-movies about a family in a haunted house used to be reserved for the dead months. Now, they are being released during the summer because people might just be getting sick of the bloated films they're used to seeing.
The attendance numbers at Disneyland Paris are affected by these family values. A current cast member at Disneyland Paris comments that when it is “official French Vacation for schools Disneyland Paris is crowded, but when it’s on a regular day the park is empty, in September we have sometimes less than 10,000 guests” (DLP Cast Member 3, 2017). Since French parents are less likely to pull their children out of school because they value education, Disneyland Paris has lower park attendance numbers. But what about during the peak season? That should make up for the off season low attendance like it does in the US parks.
Many people have experienced what it is like to be so desirous to have something they make an awful decision based off of what they want so badly. In the short stories All Summer in a Day and Zero Hour inexperienced children react to their desire for something they don’t have. However, In All Summer in a Day the young ones are transformed into callous bullies, while in the meantime the kids in Zero Hour lose sight of what's important and team up with strangers. Overall these two stories by Ray Bradbury share an important theme. First of All Summer in a Day and Zero Hour there are poor decisions made due to their hunger for power, and things they did not have.
Did you know that Forty-one percent of four-year college students did not graduate within six years? College students around the country are in insane amount of debts and have no way to get rid of it and that’s a reason many do not graduate. Due to the rise in costs to attend college there has been discussions about free education, but how the debt could have been minimized and the effects on economy have not been brought up. College education should not be offered for free to all students because of the missed opportunities and unintended costs of free education are very expensive. Students don’t take advantage of the opportunities they are provided in high school, like dual-enrollment, that could save them time and money in college.
I remember the second day of high school, realizing that someone else recognized me, she went to kindergarten with me and oh my god she was the light in my freshman year high school experience. She invited me to hang out with her friends, and I hung out with them for about a week. Until I realized that I didn’t fit into their group as much as I loved them all as individuals that gave me a chance in such a cruel harsh world. I joined student government the next term in hopes to become more outgoing, become my own person. Boy was I wrong.
My grandmother passed away when i was in fifth grade so i got depressed, In sixth grade my teacher was never in class but he used to made us work a lot with homework, i got third place at the end of the year, we had a graduation party but i just spent like 2 hours there and then i went home. i was bullied during the whole middle school, the first years was hard but thanks to that today i want to be a teacher (ill explain that later). None of my classmates talked to me and my nickname was invisible, even the teachers made fun of me, my family was having a hard time, my dad got really sick so he could barely move, in second grade i met people that was bullied by the same classmates and teachers, so we made our own group, for the first time i felt that i belonged somewhere, they were the kind of people that wasn’t used to have many friends so when they did they gave their whole heart, till today we hang out together whenever we can. Many times i wished my teachers were different so i thought why don’t i start to be the change myself?. In third grade i traveled to the u.s.a. i had a crush in one of the guys that i met there, his sister is a really good friend of mine, i met Zach when i was 12
place in the upper hemisphere has a generally cool climate; the heat of the sun during summer in the Philippines is the common problem.It was observed that almost all of the foreign and transient students whether coming from East, South and Southeast Asia could hardly cope with the contemporary Filipino health habits, taking a bath or even shower during cold temperature. Hence, it was a problem when they came to the Philippines to study. As they are not accustomed to the weather, the spicy food that they take becomes obvious to their smell. Although they were unconscious of this nature, they felt irritated when Filipino students covered their noses when they pass in front of them. No one among the foreign students was exempted from experiencing culture shock.