Late Arrival/Early Release

Early Release
Posted on 03/06/2019
Early RelaeseOpinions on Early Release and Late Arrival
Sydney Manns
Staff Writer
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When students reach junior and senior year they have the chance to receive early dismissal and/or late arrival. This extra time takes place of study halls or lunches. Many students want the extra time, but have no idea what to do with it. Others are not sure if they want to just keep the study halls. Four seniors: Taylor Jede, Grayson Cantor, Steven Lange, and Justin Kauffman share what they do with their excess time and how they feel about it.

“I have double early release and I have more time to do my work,” Taylor Jede said.

“I have double early release and single late arrival. I like having more free time and being able to sleep in. I go to the gym and an internship,” Grayson Cantor said.

“I have both early release and late arrival. I like that I don’t have to be at school. With my time I sleep and hit the gym,” Steven Lange said.

“I have early release, so I get to start on my homework early which frees up my evening. With my extra time I able to go to different sporting events and focus on thon stuff,” Justin Kauffman said.

Although these opinions are very positive, anything can have downsides including taking the free time.

“I don’t get to use it often because of after school activities,” Jede said.

“The only downside about having early release is having to come back to the school for thon,” Kauffman said.

Driving anywhere, for example home or a job, and then having to come back for clubs or sports can be challenging. Meanwhile some still find that it is worth it.

“I don’t see any downsides to it,” Cantor said.

Overall the seniors recommended grabbing the chance to have late arrival and early release.

“I would recommend it because it gives you more time after school to get things done so you don’t have to stay up as late,” Jede said.

“It’s less time you have to be at school,” Lange said.

“I would because it gives you more flexibility,” Cantor said.

Finally, “I would totally recommend people to apply for early release because it frees up your schedule and gives you an opportunity to pursue different stuff junior/senior year,” Kauffman said.
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