The current week is constricting to the point of being counterproductive. Weekends should be longer for three reasons as to why weekends should be longer is that people have work that they can finish on the weekends that they can 't on the weekdays. Teachers need to grade lots of papers, and it takes them the whole weekend to do so. They need a day off. Students have things to do on the weekends.
Whenever they get a job in highschool, they will work after school during the weekdays if their work is at a store. So they’d be working until almost dark then there is nothing to do after work because there is no more daylight and the student might have to do homework or something. If a someone doesn’t like to wake up in the morning and they have work in the morning on the weekend, what would they tell their boss that they’re too tired so they can’t make work? Most likely they will get
All teenagers need about 8-10 hours a sleep per night to function correctly in the morning. However, we need to learn responsibility since we are growing up and are young adults. Going to school later will just hold us back and disable us from learning responsibility and some of the main aspects of an adult. Going to school later also means getting out later which leaves no time for exter after school activities like sports. Getting out later will also not leave enough time to go jibs after school which is what some families depend on to put food on the table and a roof over their head.
I have playoffs until December 19. I don’t know what time my games are and where yet. Coaches choices the crew and the reserve official the week of their game doing the playoffs. I am pretty sure I will be chosen. So it makes it hard for Thursday, Friday and Saturdays.
For example, every year in school we are given a day off that we can freely choose. However, "we"(the student body) are never actually involved in the decision of the day off. The administration at my school decided that they would give us the last Monday in March off. They did this purposely to break up the month of March because it is considered to be one of the longest months for both teachers and students. We conformed to the school and let them keep the day in March.
I have been in the medical field for many years and have decided to take advantage and pursue my degree in nursing. I worked in Emergency Department as EMT because I like to work at a fast pace environment and meet different people every day. I want to be able to help people when they are in need of an emergency, and I want to help save people’s lives and make a difference in this world. My spare time usually consists of homework, me being in school, spending movie nights with my wife and gym. I 'm taking this English course in order to learn how to reinforce my writing skills not only for the college courses that I am taking now and plan on taking and will take in the future, but also for nursing purposes once I receive my degree.
At the time last summer I was working two jobs and also balancing my project hours on top of it all, so I had to be up as early as possible to get an hour to two hours of volunteering done then head over to one of my shifts. This was all very exhausting and at times my work schedule didn 't work with the days I was supposed to be at the daycare and so it became me having to miss some days to go work. Contacting Lynn sometimes was a bit difficult because of her busy schedule, so that definitely added to my worry. With time I knew these challenges would lead me to become a more responsible young woman, with the capability of balancing my responsibilities.
It also gets frustrating when professors do not post grades until the last week of the semester. And when emailed about what my grade average was or the grades on
However, since I could not attend school full time this would not be impossible for me. Although, this is a marvelous opportunity, this restriction that come with this scholarship would made it hard for me to benefit from it since I must work. In (“nytimes.com”) it is stated that To qualify, students must attend school full time and be on track to graduate within two or four years, depending on the degree they are seeking. But low- income students often must interrupt their studies to work. At the state’s community colleges, more than 90 percent of students would not qualify for free tuition based on those requirements.
College athletes are not professional athletes; subsequently, the sport an athlete participates in is not all they do all day, every day. These athletes also have their college classes that they must attend and keep their grades high in if they wish to continue playing their sport of choice. Currently, the NCAA has restrictions on how long a student athlete can practice per week, which as of right now is twenty hours per week (Jacobs). Even with these restrictions in place, colleges constantly exceed this limit in many sports, not just the sports that are bringing in revenue. The charts below show how long on average student athletes spend time either practicing a sport or competing in a sport.
In my personal life I do not think that I have a lot of emotional boundaries. Often times I will find myself setting goals and saying that I will do things and falling short of my goal. It can something as simple as starting my homework for the next week, but I will not start it until the night before. The boundaries is set for me to complete my homework on time, or even early sometimes, but I am not able to reach my goal and eventually just do it the day that it is due. That is not the easiest way to do things because I have other classes that I have work in.
If I could have any career, I would want to be a Trauma Surgeon. I choose this career because I am fascinated by the human body and its functions. I had found this interest when I was a freshman in high school. My sports medicine teacher taught me the the good that the human body contains and what all it can accomplish. So I signed up to be in an athletic training program and help athletes injured.
“I’d learned early on that I had to be as disciplined about finding time to finish homework as I was about training in the gym.” Shawn had her homework done a month ahead of time to be able to train at the gym after school. Sometimes she would have a little bit of other homework that she would have to do after practices at night. Fitting in at school was not an easy thing for her to do, she stated to herself and got her work done so she could train after school with her friends. Her parents always wanted her to be in school activities, so sometimes Shawn would be picked up from practice to go to football games.
If high school students were to go to school one hour later, than elementary students would have to go to school one hour earlier. This would cause a problem for students who watch their younger siblings after school because they would get out one hour later.