*Students go to school year
*Multiple intermissions given
*The traditional school
calendar was made for
past economic times not
for educational purposes.
The summer break was
made so kids can help
parents out in their farms.
*Fix school problem of overpopulation
*Intermissions offered give multiple benefits
*Parents do not have to pay for daycare
*Gives teachers year-round work
*Students learn year-round
*Shorter breaks for students so they don't forget
what they learned
*Eliminates “summer learning loss”
*Teachers can spend less time reviewing and more
time teaching new material.
* allows for
beneficial breaks throughout the year for students and
*Helps reduce stress and burnout for students
*Allows families to go on vacation throughout
the year that are cheaper
*During intermissions students can come and get
extra help if they are falling behind and need
*Overpopulation within schools can be fixed
with YRS since not all kids are there
*Schools don’t have to spend millions building
YRS breaks students and teachers into
equal groups, and one group is always on
*Parents will have year-round day care for their
*No longer high payments to day- care
*Schools allow students to go to school during
intermission and supplies them activities.
*Students lose summer experiences
*Administers can get more stressed out
*Cost on the school district
*No more summer camp
*No Summer jobs
*No more long summer trips to countries
*Administers tend to get more stress if they
have no time to have vacation with school
always in session
*Hard for them to take breaks
*Pay for year-round electricity
*Pay for air-conditioning in summer
*Year-round pay for food for students
*Although YRS has some disadvantages, it seems
to be the better choice for schools. It is time
for us to use a school calendar that is
beneficial to education and not past economic
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