Many things that involve a great amount of work will be a little easier to do it and focus on it better when the school day starts later. One thing that could change at school is the students would be less sleepy in the morning. This would help them by not falling asleep in class and not getting yelled by teachers for falling asleep because the will already be rested for the day. It will also most likely help students get better grades which will make the students be able to think more. They will also be more focused in class to get better grades which will also help get more work done in class.
And if sports make kids look forward for school kids will want to go so they will get better grades through sports. Today studies show that schools with sports have lower dropout rates. That means that if kids look forward to sports after school they will want to go to school. Finally, another reason sports make kids look forward to school is if they had a game the night before that they did good in they can talk to their friends about it in the halls or in class. That makes kids look forward to school because they want to go to school and talk about it.
Starting school later can actually improve your learning, health and even your attitude and all of that can be changed by just starting school at 8:30AM. Kids don't start taking in information until 8:30AM because that is when the brain starts to really work. According to National sleep foundation ¨ teenagers are naturally inclined to stay up later and get up later in the morning.¨ ¨Starting school at 8:30 improves a student's chance of success,¨ according to the (National sleep foundation). Not only do teens want to sleep more, but sleeping more actually improves their health. If schools were too just delay school by 30 minutes it would improve the student's health and grades.
Some students don’t want school to start later because it messes up homework time, sports, and seeing friends after school but, I think school should start later because meaning that school will start a little later than what they usually do and giving more time for the kids. The kids won’t have issues getting up in the morning, their mood would be better, and can even get better grades on all of their assignments. Won’t have issues getting up in the morning Coming from the article “Should School Start Later?” a young girl by the name of Jilly Dos Santos tells us how she has no problem getting up out of bed because of how the school starts later. “I have no issues getting up now.” She says. “Things aren’t so rushed and stressful.
We would also have time to get breakfast which some of us don’t most of the time. The school will even have less tardy excuses since the students will have more than enough time to get ready. I just stated a few reasons why school should start later, but there are many more. The main reasons why school should start later are because of one’s health and it’s better for students’ concentration in class. If this happened you could sleep in longer on a Monday
Even though there are some cons about schools starting later there are more pros for starting schools later. In conclusion, the start time for Middle school and High School should be later than it is now. Schools should start later because not enough sleep can cause permanent damage and not enough sleep can affect school work/grades. Tell your teachers, principals, and other staff about why schools should have later start
Schools want what’s best for children’s health right? By starting school later, it ensures their health. According to http://time.com/3162265/school-should-start-later-so-teens-can-sleep-urge-doctors/, “Students who don’t get the recommended amount of sleep also tend to have higher rates of anxiety and mood disorders...” Anxiety and mood disorders that swing a severe blow to students, so by letting them sleep in, the chance of them getting these problems are lowered. Letting the students got to school at a later time also stops many health problems. As http://www.startschoollater.net/why-change.html says, “Sleep deprivation 's impacts include: weight gain and eating disorders and increased risk of obesity, cardiovascular problems, and diabetes; reduced immunity; depression; anxiety; substance abuse; mood swings; behavior problems; suicidal ideation; and potential impacts on brain development.” All of these are harmful to the health of the next generation!
Sports and activities at night can make finding time for homework hard for students. The extra time in the morning may give them some room to sleep a bit more or finish some last minute homework. With students getting more sleep, we will see an improvement in their test score and grades, which can help them later in
Schools Should Start At A Later Time Did you know that 97% of students in a recent survey agree that schools should start later? I think that schools should start later for these reasons. First, if students got to sleep longer, students would have less of a chance of getting depressed . It would also put the students health at risk for many health problems.It would also increase students test scores, and grades, because they will be more awake during class If schools that start early started later, their students would be more awake in class, getting better grades, and would not be at risk of as many health problems. If schools started later, it would help students in many ways, like doing a better job in school.
The purpose of this proposal is to convince both the school and parents the benefits of a later school start time. First of all students who get more sleep tend to get better grades, have less depression, anxiety and have more focus and concentration. Students who get more sleep also have better health, impulse control, obedience issues, memory and even better attendance. I propose that school start times be pushed back to at least 8:30 or 9:00 in the morning. The main area I will be focusing on is behavior issues and how it effects student learning.