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Dont you hate waking up early in the morning Almost every weekday high school students are waking up around six oclock in the morning to get ready for school some even earlier Its not practical for high school classes to start at 744 Its just too early for teenage minds to function properly Our school should start at least an hour later than that With the extra hour our attendance would improve as well as our grades and attitudes The facts are all there so why shouldnt the hours change For the 1997-1998 school year the University of Minnesota conducted a study on Minneapolis high schools Their starting times were changed from 715 to 840 The results of this change were obvious Teachers reported that students were more alert during the first two periods of the day and that attendance improved by five percent After such a revealing study why arent more schools catching on Its a proven fact that teenagers need between 8 and nine hours of sleep each night Its also a proven fact that only fifteen percent of teenagers get the sleep that they need Can you believe that more than twenty-five percent of teenagers sleep less than seven hours a night Are you one of those teenagers Well part of the reason why this is happening is because school starts so early in the morning If school hours were changed teenagers would be much healthier and feel better about themselves Furthermore school officials are always complaining that so many of their students are constantly tardy to school They even have a policy in our school that states if you are tardy five times to a certain class you have to stay an hour after school sitting in detention Out of the many reasons students receive an office detention for being tardy its usually due to their first period class They dont get to school on time because they oversleep With
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