With gum, like everything else, there are pros and cons. Everybody has a story on why they think gum should be allowed or not. Some people think gum should be allowed. Kylie Kramer, also a thirteen year old girl SMS student, states “I don’t think that they have a good enough reason not to let us chew gum. The pros outweigh the cons.” But other people disagree.
On the contrary, it sometimes can do just the opposite. When you look at everything children can do that it distracting, gum chewing is of a small minority. Tapping pencils against a desk is way more annoying than chewing gum loudly, yet schools would never dream of banning pencils. Most schools that allow gum have a policy that if students can’t chew gum without being loud, than they simply can’t chew gum in class anymore. It’s just another way of teaching responsibility, not something that disrupts teaching.
However, many will disagree with its ability to calm kids down or help kids with ADHD. To some, the fidget spinner is just another marketing trick to drag kids to toy stores and open the parents’ wallets. Ok, the price may be pretty affordable to many (having the chance to order one for about a dollar), but the question still stands- What is a must-have? Will it fully help my ADHD
It may seem a little invasive, but schools are permitted to use drug dogs to sniff out contraband during unannounced, random searches and it becomes a controversial problem for all. The use of drug-sniffing dogs in schools is permitted because students do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the school and school search did not go against the Fourth Amendment, which is the right of people to be secure in their personal spaces houses and papers. While drug dogs are becoming more and more commonplace in our public schools and to maintaining a drug-dog program can cost district estimates $12,000 and $36,000 every year. Drug dog must go through a long period of time of training and drug dogs are not dangerous to people, but instead it protects people. Without reservation, we must know the history background, advantages, and disadvantages of having a drug dog searches.
“ It’s an easy reason to say no” (Drug Testing, Juneaempire) says Erik Phill. Peer pressure is a huge reason students do drugs, a simple solution is random drug tests. This will cause students to think twice before taking. In middle schools and high schools all around the world, teens feel the pressure of society. The most common pressure is fitting in” or wanting to be cool.¨ This directs kids to make the wrong choice, a choice made from desire.
That is, until the next day. Now, this structure of sitting still for an hour, while having to retain everything our teacher says, and then having to drop everything at the sound of a bell to switch to a completely different subject, does not seem like the best way for any adolescent to successfully learn. However, is it possible that this system, though not ideal for many students, in general works better in the interest of only one half of the population? Not all girls like ballet and nail polish, and not all boys wants to grow up to be firemen and football players. However, research indicates that they are not exactly blank slates, free of gender predispositions, when they are born.
Many assume babysitting can be done by any moron that knows how to change a diaper, nevertheless, that’s not true. The last time I changed a diaper was 2 years ago and I refuse to do so again after my 6-month-old cousin decided to pee on my hand. It was like an arrow hitting a target – impressive but painfully accurate. There is hidden intellectualism in this area that plenty doesn’t fully understand. Babysitting can be considered hidden intellectualism because it allows me to adopt intellectual skills such as patience, critical thinking, and time management.
Both Beatty and Martin Bormann had been brainwashed into believing or disbelieving in a particular topic. Beatty and the rest of society had been grown up only remember that books were bad and owning them would be a disgrace. However, there were some citizens in their society who disobey these rules which resulted in them getting ‘fixed’. After visiting Montag, Beatty had explained to him that they have lowered the kindergarten age year so they can catch just about every child and teach them at a young age. Lowering the kindergarten age, shows the different ways that the government tries to keep everyone from books keeping them from thinking for themselves.
Unfortunately, a lot of people didn't see it as that because the use of the G-word was the most popular reason when you heard why the book was being banned. Now, in my opinion, I would think that it would come from a lot of Christian schools due to not being able to use the G-word since its against the ten commandments but it should ultimately be up to the parents cause if they don't want their kid reading it then they should be able to pick another book that the school has choosing as an alternate book to make everyone happy. In 2016 a school attempted to make of mice of men only available for small groups that had their parents permission in 9th-grade English classes in Coeur d'Alene Idaho. The way they use profanity and how they use the word god is something some people saw unacceptable. They also found that since it was set during the great depression that is was too negative of a book.
School Suspensions Are a Waste of Time Would you take school suspensions away if it would benedict the school? Many school have always used school suspensions as their way of chastisement, simply because it is the easiest way. School suspensions became popular around the 1960s and 70s because many more fights were occurring due to desegregation. Although school suspensions are widely used throughout most schools, it is time we found a more effective way of discipline. School suspensions are not working because students may not understand what they did wrong, suspensions feel more like time off than a punishment, and students are more likely to act out again after being suspended.
Previous research shows that chewing gum can improve concentration in visual memory tasks. This study focused on the potential benefits of chewing gum during an auditory-memory task. Instead of teachers and staff punishing you for chewing gum during school, what if they could allow you to chew gum, or even supply the gum for you! Gum chewing stimulates your brain. And according to research, the people who chewed gum got better test results.
Although there are many schools rules that students do not approve of, but the school rule that should be changed is allowing students to chew gum during school hours instead of having it banned. This rule should be changed because most students do it anyway and it keeps some students low-key instead of being dexterous. To begin with, if the principal changed any rule, he should change the rule about chewing gum. The principal should consider changing the rule about chewing gum because many students do it anyway. This rule should only go to those who can make their gum into the trashcan.
Lack of parenting is the reason kids are being stereotyped and shunned on for their race. Parents don’t know how to properly teach their kids right from wrong, which is causing such discrimination and stereotypes. During the movie, we can see that before Mr. Clark had even left the school it was a pretty decent school, nothing too bad about it. Yes, of course it had a few bad people but no school is filled with amazing people. There was a great deal of balance in this school.
Also, the drinks are overpriced, at my dad 's work, in the vending machine, I can buy drinks for $1.00, while at EHMS $2.75 for Gatorade." Sophie Henderson, an 8th grader at EHMS states, "It costs $2.50 for me to buy just a bagel. The bagel price I think is worth it, but for the other food is not worth it because it 's not good quality, is too greasy, and is all junk food." These quotes show that many of the students at EHMS do not like the food and think it is bad quality. Many say the food is dry and has bad portions.