Trust can do a lot for you in life, both positively and negatively. It’s not an easy thing to earn and with off-campus lunch this gives the students a chance to earn the trust of their parents and superiors. Knowing that they need to behave themselves; students would avoid getting into trouble. Although this is not always the case, some students leave campus and get into trouble without thinking about their future. Depending on the student's’ behavior, this could permanently damage their record or not be allowed to participate in certain school activities.
On the other hand some people think the schools need to change up the menus. They think that the current school lunches is why we have so many obese kids right now. This is not the case because the children who are obese is not only because of the food they are eating it's because they do not get enough exercise. Changing the school lunches overall would not be beneficial because the food they are eating is not the biggest part of why they are obese. In conclusion schools should not change the lunches because they don't have the power to tell students can or can't eat, they don't have the time and money, and finally because they are not allowed to put a limit on how much a student can eat due to the “No Kid Hungry
Although changing the school lunch to a healthier, better option would be a good idea, you should not change the lunch from what it is now. Even though the kids would be eating healthier, most of the kids that eat lunch now would not buy the new lunch, also kids not buying the new lunch means not as much money comes into the school, and if you want kids to be healthier all you have to do is give them more time to be active. To begin with, if you changed the lunch at school a lot of the kids that eat lunch now would not eat lunch if you changed it. The new lunches would not taste as good as the lunches they serve now. Taking away some of the kids favorite foods is not a good idea.
This would put teachers in a hard situation and would not give them time to be with their family. This is another reason year-round school should not move to Florida. Lastly, a year-round school schedule may offer more breaks, but there is no proof that it helped students academically. Therefore the year-round school schedule does not truly benefit students or teachers. Also the more frequent breaks may pose the problem of students forgetting information after every break, which would cause for more review in class which does not help students learn new things.
We clearly see how accidents are a threat to the students health if the open campus policy was allowed. The vehicle occupants drastically increased during the school lunch hours, meaning there is a higher possibility for crashes to occur. Schools should not be able to take this risk of putting their students in danger. To add on, at high school El Campo, the board of directors discussed this policy at their school. Judy Waligura, a member of the board, voted to close their campus and stated certain points.
Driving Privileges and Performance in School In many states, students are losing their driving privileges due to their performance in school. (Hook) Some state legislatures assume that without their license, high schoolers will be encouraged to focus more on their studies. The legislatures believe an adolescent’s ability to drive should be centered around their gpa and attendance in class. This specific tyranny must end. There are many reasons why this should not be the case, including jobs, the unavailability of educational resources, and other responsibilities a student will not be able to fulfill.
They should be made this way because teens could get in less trouble for having them. If they are legal then teens would not have to resort to doing illegal things to get the vapes. For example if a student at school wants a vape and there are still illegal then he/she will have to find another way to get one,like stealing one from a store which if caught could get that person sent to jail which gets out on their permanent record and is harder to get into college/high school. Many people do vape at school and then get in trouble for it because they are not allowed to have them in school never the less do it in school. So if they were legal then teens at school could do it with no repercussion and less chance of not being able to be successful later in life.
The article “9 Primary Pros and Cons of Open Campus Lunch” states that students could be “physically assaulted [or] … hit by a vehicle” (2015). If a student was going home during lunch and they got in a bad wreck, they may lose the ability to think on their own, which would affect them cognitively. They would not be able to do any of their school work, and someone else may even have to think for them. Physically, they could get a broken bone, or they could even be paralyzed. If that’s the case, then they would need someone to complete even the smallest tasks for them.
To sum it up, paying student for good grades can lead to practical problems in teacher classroom. When considering the choice of paying student for good grade or not, the choice should definitely be not to pay student for good grades. Kids should not be paid for good grades because it gives pressure to students to inflate their grades, can lead to external motivators that may be affective and well intended and kids should be satisfied with their own accomplishment to success. For those who say paying for good grade is something every parents should do, it is not because kids are being bribed to do well in school. School is their own job and the own