Teens and sleep...if you have teenagers and it seems like they sleep the day away, the reason is simple.....they need it. The American Academy of Pediatrics just released a new study that says older students, those in high school, are not getting enough sleep and that school should start later for those students.
This winter's ice and snow affects anyone with kids in the household, plus adults who work in any of the school corporations. Since both of my kids are still in public schools and Jenny teaches in one, we are affected by the snow days that will have to be made up. Interestingly enough, one of the options being offered by the state is a situation I would propose every year to my students in regard to a regular school week. I'll explain more...
The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation received its report card today, and the consensus is the district will have to try harder – getting a “C” from the Indiana Department of Education for overall performance.
A school in Richmond, Virginia has recently started enforcing a new rule that has parents up in arms. Following instructions laid out by the federal government, children are not allowed to bring their own bagged lunch to school without a note from a physician.
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