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M-DCPS North Region Jan 8
Join the conversation regarding during our Twitter Town Hall on Thursday, January 9, 2020, from 4-5 p.m.
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erika Jan 9
Changing bell times will be more inconvenient than beneficial. Especially for students who have part-time jobs or participate in extracurricular activities. Being extremely dedicated to a team with rigorous hours will only worsen with this change.
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Start School Later Jan 10
We are encouraged to see more schools explore evidence-based later start times for teens. We also know that many fears and myths abound (humans are good at worrying). Learn more about the myths and facts on our website:
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Ketty Dones Jan 9
being in high school it can be a little hard to wake up in the morning, but if times were changed I would not have been able to balance my job, sports, and school. By leaving at 2:20 I had time to do all 3 activities, all students want a chance to be involved.
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Miami-Dade Schools Feb 4
Moving school start times to 8:30 a.m. or later has been shown to be the best way to address adolescent sleep deprivation & associated health/public safety risks. recommend this.
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Aisha V. Marrero Jan 13
Redefining Bell Time Schedules for Student Concerns Town Hall Meeting ~
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Alberto M. Carvalho Feb 3
There is still time to share your feedback with us.
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$EL Jan 10
this is for you big fat white nasty smelling fat bitch why you gon change our motherfucking schedule with your trifling dirty white racist ass you big fat bitch oompa loompa body ass bitch im coming up there & im gon beat tf outta you bitch
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Susie V. Castillo Jan 6
It's important to stay informed! Please mark your calendars - January 9th - 4-5 pm - for this important Twitter Town Hall where you'll have the opportunity to voice your comments about .
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Alberto M. Carvalho Feb 3
. is always looking for ways to best meet the needs of our students & community. During tonight’s Town Hall meeting , we're actively seeking input as we explore potential bell schedule changes. Visit & fill out our survey.
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Kaitlyn Duardo Jan 9
I work after school and have been for months now. Ending school at 4:30pm creates a problem for me work wise and other students who must work to provide income for whatever reasons. The times we have now, everyone is used to it. Keep it as it is!
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Malique Lewis Jan 9
This is not just Miami Dade County, our country is shifting into a new way of thinking. It’s shifting and it can benefit our society long term. It will change the lives of the future for the better. Sleep deprivation, along with a bevy of other things can be fixed
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Wheatley Elementary Jan 27
Tomorrow, Tuesday, January 28th, come to the town hall meeting at Miami Jackson SHS concerning . This is an important meeting for parents, students and the community to discuss redefining bell times. You can also provide your input online.
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Larisa Svechin Jan 13
Thank you and for the thoughtful and candid conversation. It’s time to review the science and make changes.
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Jose Jan 9
Im a student at and I got work and I depend on that money And I will lose my job because of time I already struggle getting there at 2 imagine at 4:30, Please don’t do this!!!!
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Alberto M. Carvalho Feb 3
We continue to prioritize the concerns of our community members. remains committed to assisting families with getting their children to and from school and ensuring they are safe and engaged during the school day.
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Melanie ♡ Jan 9
we don’t want that shit changed
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Michu Rodriguez 🥀 Jan 9
Non of the proposed hours work for us, we are out of school at 2:20 and we nearly have time to complete homework, also people from HS that works enters between 3-4. If its already difficult to carry out extracurricular activities after school, imagine when +
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American Senior High School Jan 13
Replying to @7011patriots
Make sure your voices are heard 👀💻🖱️
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Aya Hamza Jan 9
Good afternoon. Younger students who depend on older siblings for pickup would be substantially impacted by changed schedule times, as those below Senior High dismiss well before, meaning they’d be left alone for longer — or exhaust afterschool programs.
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