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“Exhaustion, students seem to far a lot of this days. Between school, home,work, homework, sports, and other extra curricular activities there’s no time in the day” Marina Darinda says, from ASU university.”Schools expect not enough now a days, but too much.”

With the expectation of waking up about 6am, having to focus on an empty brain a lot of time, sitting in sits for up to 7-8 hours,with homework costing up to 2-3 hours, mainly for high school students,  if theres extra curricular activities such as football, clubs like books etc, half their day is already gone. the students have no time for home.

” What about chores? What about having to watch family if you have to, which could take up to hours? then having wok from school, maybe even study for and test, thing you dot know, having trouble with, it stresses you out!”

Celeste Tayler stated at Lajoya Community High School.

” You just about have no time at all to live the life on your own, and you cant just not go to school, because then it puts you behind, you never know what you’d miss. its too much, don’t even chance it. Also all on top of that, you need sleep, and with all thats going on with the rest of the day, you never done until late night, causing you to be tired all through school, and the rest of the week, which it then rolls over into, by then  never have time for you. And it becomes fairly hard to ” enjoy ” the four years of high school that goes by “so fast “. Its seems to not even be worth it anymore sometimes yanno?” She then said when asked ” whats he general high school mis-cap? ”

Could it be time management? Prioritizing? Just school? Studies have shown, pull from University of A.L.B, that no downtime for students,too much work and lost off sleep, can result in major stress issue on the students body, mind, and life in general. So then how is it taken care of? Do we stop work? Whats possible?

John Blank news reporter for LHS says

” I don’t think we should impractically believe we should stop giving work, but for people such as teachers to be reasonable, to be logical with the thing they do when it comes to work. The smartest kid in the school could be failing his classes because he has no time to plan. He gets no sleep, his mind his clouded because of stress and the world. He begins to fall behind because he ant complete work due to time issues, now he has to worry about completing the work before its too late. Then he has to focus on the new things he that he has missed, but he cant because he’s lost. he falls further and further behind, until theres no coming back. Now he res of his life has been impacted. He could be working at Jack In The Box now, instead of finding the cure for cancer”

John waited.. and with a slow expression on his face the words slipped out..

” I Know this because… this was me…”

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