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    School lunches are destroying our children 's health. Everyday students make choices on what they plan to eat, but is it a healthy choice? School lunches are changing all the time and kids get hurt by these choices. Even though some people may think school lunches are healthy for our children, they actually aren’t because of the choices they are making, affect how students will focus in class and the school lunches are formed around many different prices. Students choices they make on food can affect

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    What is the purpose of attending school? Is it to learn? To be entertained? Or is it to feel safe and comfortable around others? Well, the answer to all these questions is yes, but the problem is that some schools do not make their students feel as safe as they want to feel. In fact, the most popular reason students feel unsafe is because of the constant peer pressure and bullying issues they face and see happening to their peers. Though schools create new ways to stop these issues from reoccurring

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    I observed Mrs. Ruffs 4th grade class at Carlin Park Elementary on Friday, September 15th at 9:30am. The class consisted of 13 girls and 12 boys. While I watched the class, I focused in on trying to notice the difference between the two sexes. I observed that the girls can compete at this age level with the boys. The girls were almost if not as athletic as all the guys in the class. During the activity where they were dribbling a soccer ball through homemade tunnels, the girls in the class were more

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    School Apathy In School

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    Decreasing School Apathy in America Early mornings and long days that are filled with factoring polynomials, conjugating French verbs, analyzing historical documents, and studying for state-mandated tests. This required curriculum set by the state is what comprises many students’ average school day. This curriculum was developed with the goal of preparing all students for college; however, not all students plan on attending college. There are many jobs that are crucial for society to function that

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    I remember the first time, I had entered the Middle School. I was genuinely apprehensive. Were the teachers going to be uncharitable, and greedy or were they going to be adventurous or commendable? Some people see school as a prison, regardless of whether what goes on. Truth is, there is going to be downs, and there is going to be absolutely no way out of it. People are going to put you down, but you have to keep your head up and realize, there’s nothing wrong with you. Keep on the look out, and

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    this is how many students feel nationwide. Sure many people such as Michelle Obama have tried to reform the school lunch menu, but the schools don’t seem to follow the regulations posted. The quality and nutrition of lunch at Lawton Community Schools, and many other schools, needs to be improved. With recent changes been made to the nutritional standards in school lunches, it seems that schools are increasing nutrition, but decreasing quality. “A recent USA Today investigation found that the nation’s

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    year, there has been 161 school or attempted school shootings which averages to nearly one every week. () It seems like every day there is a new article or story on another school shooting and because it is becoming such common news it seems just as if it was another static.(is this a run on?) Shootings are becoming more relevant in our everyday live than ever before and the government is taking no action on changing loose gun control laws in the United States. Now the schools and states are taking

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    proceedures covering Confidentiality Data protection Disclosure of information When joining a school you must be aware of the legislation and procedures covering these topics and be kept up to date with them. Each pupilâ€TMs individual needs and rights as a person is important and they need to be kept safe as their welfare is a priority. All staff have taken and passed their disclosure and barring service DBS. And the school has procedures to prevent unauthorised persons entering the premises. The staff are

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    Technology In Schools

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    minute we are losing our humanity. Technology such as the electronic tablets schools are considering to purchase can cause many headaches, and use students time on things such as sitting on their bed with their device. Us humans are now addicted to our phones and laptops not realizing how much our world is changing around us. Thus, schools shouldn 't purchase electronic devices for each student. In schools, teachers have access to many different sources on websites and ebooks. However

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    single-gender schools going to help those students who don’t fit into the typical stereotype, learn in the best way possible? Or are they going to force them into a stereotype that isn’t who they want to see themselves as? In the 1990s, schools across the nation began researching on whether separating girls and boys were beneficial for their education. Some schools adopted this idea as their own and made it a reality, but others we against the idea altogether. Although children in non-separated schools can

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    Racism In Schools

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    lives in school, it hurts both individuals, learning and teaching atmosphere. It generates tensions that misrepresent cultural understanding and narrow the educational experiences of all students. Therefore in this essay there will be a discussion about racism specifically focusing in racism at schools and also a discussion about the perspectives of two philosophical perspectives, existentialism and African philosophy

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    In school it can get pretty rough. There is a bunch of homework, tests, and lots of other things that can stress a student out. What a student needs is to find something that works for them. They need to get organized, so that everything is laid out in front of them. Getting organized, and preparing yourself is a great way to get good grades in school. Step one is to attend all of the classes. One may think that skipping out on class once or twice is fine, then once or twice becomes all the time

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    Professionalism is an important conduct of individuals in every job, career, and even some students while attending school. I understand professionalism to be the art of carrying oneself, handling, and resolving situations with the utmost integrity, confidence, and respect. By embodying professionalism while at your job, career, profession, and while attending school in many circumstances, it allows for situations, conflicts, and relationships to be in favor of a positive outcome. Being professional

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    School Memories We stood with our arms outstretched as a lady measured us for a new school uniform; we were excited to begin our new and exciting life in Middle School – pinafore and all. I t was a sunny morning when I entered School after a long vacation. This was the beginning of middle school. The day was a bright and as usual we began with our routine chapel and then praying. Then we had our first session as the teacher read from the text we could hear huge noise made by people outside the school

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    Schools Shouldn’t Keep School Sports Do they really need to keep school sports? If schools cut some school sports they would save a lot of money. The problem is some schools are poor but they still can have sports. Schools would benifit a lot if they canceled school sports plus there are club sports on weekends after school. Schools should cancel sports. One reason schools should cancel sports is schools can benifit academiclly. “A school district in Vermont, Teaxs canceled sports and it resluted

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    For many years, schools around the nation have focused on sports instead of their academic studies. Many studies show that these activities are harming places of learning. Therefore, districts around the country should stop this after class past time to save money, reduce the child’s stress, and to increase the learners grades As many Americans know, money can help to achieve a great education. In an article “Should Your School Get Rid of Sports”, it was found that “many schools can not afford to

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    School Dress codes do not allow students to completely express their individuality. Schools want students to be able to think for themselves and create a sense of who they are, but it is not easy when they are forced to abide by rules that take away from from that. It should be a place of expressing ourselves freely in a learning environment without having to worry about what we wear as an interfering issue. The fact that the school system cares more about the student dress code than their education

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    ladies. Personally, I have always liked the school lunches, until a recent experience put an unpleasant image in my head every time I take a bite out of a school lunch chicken sandwich. Government officials, and first lady, Michelle Obama, are trying to make school lunches more “nutritious” but it seems as though what’s really happening is schools are turning to cheaper food items instead of really trying to provide a healthy meal for growing high school students. Of course, there are healthy options

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    Traditional School is Better than Online School. Online schooling gives students too much screen time and time disengaged from the world around them (Kates, 2016, August 23). There is also many side effects that hurt students health (Sediman, 2015, August 13). Traditional schooling gives students a chance to join extracurricular activities. These activities show students the diverse world and different characteristics around them. (Extracurricular Participation and Student Engagement. 1995, June)

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    Magnet Schools

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    Many people believe that magnet schools is one of the high-preforming type of public schools operated by school districts. The mission of these schools is promotion of diversity, academic excellence and equity. This type of schools distinguishes from other public schools by some important factors attracting more and more students and their parents, and number of them has been increasing every year. These factors are like as special curricular (STEM, project based programs, performance art programs)

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