Many students that know uniforms will be beneficial, but don’t agree with school uniforms will continue to disagree with implementing them. It can be easily agreed that school uniforms may take away their self-expression in school, but what matters more in school is the way of learning. It can also be agreed that many students do not accept the self-expression of their classmates and make fun of them. Students, parents, and school administration should be able to recognize the benefits that school uniforms come with. In conclusion, school uniforms are a great thing to have in schools.
Starting food drives, having a sign-up sheet for people who want to help for different causes, or donating clothes the families don’t use can be done in school and would be helpful to the community. Doing those things would be better than forcing a student to volunteer. Say a student has a scholarship to his or her top college and they don’t have time to volunteer. That would affect their entire college opportunities and, perhaps, career. Volunteering shouldn’t be forced, hands down.
A college education has become a necessity in today’s society. What if college was miraculously free. It would be like going to your public high school without paying that horrendous tuition fee. A lot of people say that free college is a dumb idea because it could potentially flood the market, and Others think it’s a great idea though, because more people would end up going to college because they don’t have to worry about financially paying for it. If there was a such thing about free college lower income students might reach graduation.
There are plenty more reason I think that not everyone should go to college but these are the main ones. While I admit that college would benefit a lot of people but it is also a place where a lot of people find out things about themselves that they wish they never had found out, or they have things that they wish would of never happened to
Smoking is the most well-known health and environmental issue in the United States. Smoking is a mixed topic, there has been controversy over it for years, especially on college campuses. Smoking on campus has been an important matter of debate many oppose it and many support it. Tobacco smoking on Francis Marion University (FMU) is not allowed. Frustrating many people that are on campus.
Perhaps students would not come back to school and skip classes. Or maybe students would get into fights or shoplift in stores. One solution to this would be to have a certain criteria for students who deserve this privilege. According to www.nytimes.com “95% of the students use the privilige responsiblity.” For example, students must have at least a 3.0 GPA, good behavior and no referrals to the office, If a student decides to abuse his privilege then the pass would be taken away. In conclusion, I think students at Kapolei Middle School should have the privilege to have off campus lunch.
They might save their tuition fees, but when they transfer, it is the waste of time. Furthermore, some people might say that there are things we can experience outside of class that they can’t experience on campus. If we flip that meaning around a bit, that can also mean that you can have valuable experiences on campus that you can’t experience outside of the college. It all depends on the perspectives, again. For example, you can meet many people who are in the similar situation with similar problems within the
Although school suspensions can be useful whenever a student misbehaves, the punishment can sometimes not even affect the student behavior against other students, limit students from learning new material and passing their grade, and could possibly affect their career life. The reasons that suspension can affect these things is because whenever a student goes home
Students should not be required to do volunteer work in communities in order to receive their school diploma. That is saying that the school is forcing them to do volunteer work or else they do not get their diploma. Students should have a choice to volunteer. It does help colleges be interested in them; however, it questions the student’s mind. They think, “ Why is it being forced on me to do this when I already have taken my required classes to earn those credits”.
On one hand, you had people who loved the idea of their kids having to go to school for a set number of years and the state providing it. On the other hand, there were and still are many who are oppose to it. They claim that making kids go to school for a certain portion of their lives is unconstitutional. In the end, though, there are multiple laws in place that set the guidelines for the attendance of people in school. Although there are many people who feel they should decide whether their kid gets an education I believe it is important for students to attend school-whether or not they feel they will sue the information it will give them the skills to grow as a person
I have many cons on why close campus is a bad idea. The food at the school is not very good. Yes, it is edible but not very tasty. Not only food but students need time away from school. So they can relax and get ready for the second half of school.
Predominantly, constructing a cafeteria will improve the Smyrna campus as a whole. Many students and staff have a full day of classes and having a full schedule does not permit enough time to go off campus for lunch. In addition, there are some students that get dropped off by their family, friends or public transportation and not able to leave during the day. That means some students are bound to stay on campus and limited to the junk food in the vending machines. Poor weather could also limit the students from going out and the cafeteria could be utilized in times like this.
These are just a few more negatives to this, but there are countless more. So in conclusion, there can be both positive and negative effects to this. If this would have happen I think it would be bad for the kids and also for the schools. If this would have happen there could be some positive effects as well. I feel that if the school board wanted to take away after school sports, I would have people join toghter so the school board would not be able to take away after school sports.
An argument many people make against banning alcohol is that if alcohol isn’t legal on campus, then students will go off campus. By going off campus they can drink to their hearts desire and they won’t be under supervision. They say that this also creates problems because now students aren’t under adult supervision and can, quite frankly, do what they please. Also people make the argument that colleges should spend more time on alcohol safety and proper use. Although colleges should provide these seminars for students on alcohol, they should also crack down on its usage.
Many say the food is dry and has bad portions. Sophie Henderson thinks it is worth the money for bagels but not the other choices. In conclusion, the school district has made major changes to the school lunch program to save money, but those changes have changed students thoughts on the quality of the