why year round school is a good idea
I am a 9th grader and I'm smarter than you so. Ha Since I am a 9th grader I have much more experience with school and have vastly superior knowledge to any one else so if you really think about you all are a bunch of fools who don't know anything. I am a 9th grader and I'm smarter than you so. Ha Since I am a 9th grader I have much more experience with school and have vastly superior knowledge to any one else so if you really think about you all are a bunch of fools who don't know anything. It's a great program, nothing like they make it out to be. Year round schooling is not what people make it out to be. You attend school the 180 days and have the same holiday breaks like any other traditional school. The difference is the different plans. The 45-15, 60-20, and the 90-30. You attend school for 35 days and are given 15 days off as a break and so on this cycle continues. With a balanced calendar you have 30 days for summer break, then you come back and learn for 45 days. After those 45 days you're given 15 days off; when over you return for another 30 days of schooling which leads into your Thanksgiving break of five days. Upon returning this break you are schooled for 15 days resulting in the winter break of 15 days off. Once again you're back at school for another 45 days until spring break arrived bringing you another 15 day break. At last you are in school for another 45 days before being given your 30 days for summer break. These breaks are frequent to keep students and teachers from burning out. This gives parents for leverage for vacations. As with summer it eliminates the lead to fill 12 weeks of vacation with activities to keep your child interested and engaged. I am a student attending a year round school. This has been the best decision that has been made. Each break gives me enough time to recharge and come back twice as ready as I was before. Year round school is good because they help children in their education. I can give an example on it let me say like we get summer vacation holiday and 1, or 2 week is enough for us.
And we bore at home and make our time waste so if we waste our time here and there so it is good to do study and we get time to revise all the syllabus. I'm a 7th grader and I think year round is good. Year round school is good because students don't have a summer dip. A summer dip is when students lose information over long summers. You also have more frequent breaks to recharge and school last the same amount of days. Year round school also help families. For example, parents can budget child care more easily with shorter and more frequent breaks. Year round school sounds great you get the same amount of school and the same amount of vacations. Kids will always forget everything that they have learned over the summer break. I should know I am a kid. School is very important for you, and year round school just helps kids remember everything that they have done over the years
It is good. This is good because children get more time to spend time doing homework and it will get the less time to forget stuff. Also it gives the same amount of schooling days. This is a very good thing and it should not be avoided. Students also get more opportunities to gt more vacations. It is good. This is good because children get more time to spend time doing homework and it will get the less time to forget stuff. Also it gives the same amount of schooling days. This is a very good thing and it should not be avoided. Students also get more opportunities to gt more vacations. People say that year-round school means you get no breaks for an entire 365 days. They say it means you can spend no time with family and skip the holidays. Well they are wrong. Year-round school is the same 180 days with breaks like traditional schools. With traditional schools kids go to school for 9 and a half months with a week off every now and then for holidays and 2 and a half for summer vacation. With year-round school kids go to school for about 45 days with 15 days off. Research also says students score higher on tests because they can remember things over the breaks because they are shorter than summer break.
Thank you. Students will have many stress. Year- round school is that it goes without vacations. But students have to play and have fun at that age. And going to school is a stress some times. Children have no time to play in the beach. Think about it. You are a student and your school has year round school without vacations. So there is just weekends. It's good, you just need to get used to it Most of the people saying no have never been in a year-round school. Year-round deceased stress for me by giving you a 3 week break in the middle of the traditional school year. It makes the most of space by rotating classrooms and using the school all the time (for multi tracks) and studstudies have proven it to be a more effective way to learn. You can plan a vacation, you don't need more than 3 weeks off at a time. Students lose information from the previous year by having 3 months off. Traditional school schedules were created around farming, something that is no longer a major influence in society (still very important, but a system from the 1800s shouldn't still be in place today). It is a really good idea!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is a good idea because you'd learn more so you would be able to apply yourself into more jobs. Also because you would still know a lot after summer break. Plus it would let your parents have more time to plan vacations during current school breaks. That is why I think it is a good idea. I think year round schooling would be a good idea because it helps students that forget things over the summer break because it has an even amount of school time and an even amount of vacation time. Also some people think its too much but its actually just enough for your education. I think year round schooling would be a good idea because it helps students that forget things over the summer break because it has an even amount of school time and an even amount of vacation time. Also some people think its too much but its actually just enough for your education.
For 1 students tend to forget a lot during the summer break! For 2 More use of building space,or otherwise we are wasting building space. And For 3 Many teachers have to take lower income jobs because they didn't make enough money through the year! Electronics rot kids brains over the summer not to mention any free time they have. Kids need more education than they have right now. So yeah year-round education. It's better brain food for kids than stupid electronics with music, games, and youtube on tablets, phones, xboxes, computers, and stupid ps4's. Because it is baller. It helps the kids with education and shorter summer so they wont forget. And so the teachers don't have to waste here time teaching something the kids already know. It helps the kids with there GPA and there grades to get into schools and be able to get smarter. Yes, Year-round schools would teach students more efficiently school year over the long vacation. Then, when school resumes, teachers have the material. Many subjects, but math and language in particular, build on old material without a firm grasp of previous concepts, and this grasp may loosen over the summer holiday. Schools that stay in session all year would teach students more efficiently, and waste less time. Yes, year round school is a great idea. Year round school is a great idea. It will help America's children become smarter. With year round education, students can become smarter by the time they finish grade school. This will allow children to become more prepared for college and beyond. A smarter America is a better America. I hope this happens. Yes. It's a great idea. Year-round school is a great idea. I believe educating our children all year round would better our education system and make students smarter. It would lead to a smarter America and would give our young children to correct tools to make this country better. The future is in the young and we need them to be as smart as possible.
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