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    “Do you want to go to summer school?” My dad asked me during our conversation about getting ahead in high school. When he first asked this, I thought he was joking. I thought to myself, “who in their right mind would go to school in the summer? And I’m doing well in school so why should I go?” Later he explained that the negative connotation attached to summer school is false, and that many students utilize summer school to get ahead of the game. Considering that I was in eighth grade and had just finished Algebra I, this seemed like a good idea. The plan was to take Geometry G/T over the summer and then jump right into Algebra II G/T my freshman year of high school. The idea was simple and seemed easy, however, summer school had a lot more in store for me. I was stressed throughout the entire course, but, in the end, I’m happy it helped me advance to a higher level of math in high school. It ended up teaching me…

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    Most students enjoy summer vacation, but some educators feel that summer break is too long and that students do not retain information as easily when they return in the fall. Some people argue that there should be year-round schools, where there would be a 3-4 week break in the Summer, a longer Winter break, and a week off in the Spring and Fall. Summer break is very beneficial to students. Summer break is something students look forward to all year. For students, summer break means less stress…

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    Intro School had started and I had a lot to tell my friends that I hadn’t seen all summer. This was the summer right before I went into highschool. So to some people this is a big summer. Although, to me it was just another summer. The summer of 2015 was a very wild summer. That summer more things happened than what was expected. There were many new friends that were made and there were many that were lost. There where many people who lost real things and many who lost things that they didn't…

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    back then I wasn’t that efficient at math. I needed support, so I took tutoring in math courses for about a month and studied the whole content that I took for my second grade year. If I didn’t pass that test I knew I would be unsatisfied. That way I feel it’s worse than summer school. That's how it is in my country, which takes place in Honduras. I would say it’s tougher, based on the fact that there is major pressure. Besides, who would desire to repeat a school year over again?…

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    something small. I learned three new things while I spent my time in summer school. Some of the things people learn can be good or bad depending on what it was and what kind of person you are. The three things I want to tell you about is that I can improve myself in anything if I give enough effort. Finishing school with no failing class is a good idea. And also summer school can seem like it takes a lot longer than it actually is. Anything and everything is possible as long as you put your…

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    For many people, summer is a time to relax and watch netflix. Therefore, summer school seems like the ultimate nightmare, who wants to spend their summer in a deserted college town? Well, after a lot of thought I decided I did! Keep in mind I tend to be an overachiever, but hey, I’m here to tell you a few truths about summer school. The good, the bad, and everything in between. You will most likely have Fridays off. Imagine having a long weekend every weekend? You probably will! Most summer…

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    School may be out but more struggle begins. In Anna Quindlen “schools out for summer” She talks about struggles that children and their parents go thru. She also talks about programs that help children and some of the ways that lesser fortunate families can get food for their children. The first thing she talks about is how families that have money and can afford fancy Day camps and other fun activities are very fortunate unlike the families where both parents work all day and can't afford day…

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    America v.s. Hunger “Families are struggling in a way they haven’t done for a long time,” says Brian Loring, the executive director of Neighborhood Centers of Johnson County, Iowa. Anna Quindlen’s purpose of her essay, “Schools Out for Summer”, was to explain and persuade people in America to give back food the the hungry. In her essay, the main problem is children starving. The main places it occurs that she talks about is and school and when it’s home during the summer time. In the essay,…

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    and playing while their grandparents exercised. “They liked it there”, said Corina. Corina is a single parent who works full-time. During the summer when the kids are out of school, she wanted them to be in a program that kept them moving and active. “I have very active kids. They need something to keep them going. A lot of kids spend their summer sitting and playing video games. I wanted something different.” Corina noted that “some days, Danica and Ashton would be so exhausted from all the…

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    It was the end of 6th Grade and his Seth Smith’s grades were dropping quickly. His parents would get on him every night and tell him he had to get his grades up if he wanted to have a fun summer. Not in Summer School. It was the summer of 2012 in San Diego. Seth had gotten his grades up right at the end of 6th Grade. He wanted to play football in the Fall with all of his friends. But his parents wouldn’t let him play because they wanted to see better grades at the start of 7th Grade.…

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