What Do You Think Of The School Start Time Change?

Mauricio Lemus-Vargas and Nathyn Caro

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The Centennial School District is changing the start time for every school in the district to 30 minutes later next year.  People’s responses were varied.

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Brian Jlay

“It doesn’t really change anything.”

Brian Jlay

Sophomore

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Hector Pelayo.

“I’m not happy with the change.”

Hector Pelayo

Sophomore

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Robert Price.

“I’m not sure it’s going to have the intended benefit.”

Robert Price

Teacher

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Yasmeen Karam.

“I don’t like the fact that practice will be later.”

Yasmeen Karam

Sophomore

 

Edgar Aguilar.

“I don’t like school so it’s good.”

Edgar Aguilar

Freshman

Sandra Meza.

“I don’t feel like it’s necessary.”

Sandra Meza

Sophomore

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Alexi Howard.

“I don’t really care.”

Alexi Howard

Freshman

Noah Chao.

“It’s good, I can wake up later.”

Sophomore

Noah Chao

Pierce Brown.

“I hate it, less time for homework after school.”

Pierce Brown   

Sophomore

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Nikki Tong.

“I think it’s good because there should be a period before school so athletes can lift.”

Nikki Tong

Sophomore

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