Editor Matt Fredmonsky firstname.lastname@example.org
When a board votes down recommendations made by physicians, who are we supposed to trust with our health?
On March 20th the North Olmsted school board will vote on a recommendation to move middle and high school earlier, a move in the opposite direction according to national experts.
If early school start times are associated with chronic sleep deprivation, and if chronic sleep deprivation is associated with 68% more sports injuries, it doesn't take long to do the math.
Patch readers are encouraged to review the data regarding school start times then decide whether to help speak up for the safety, health and education of our adolescents.
Should our schools consider the clinical data behind delaying middle and high schools to after 8:30 am? A group of professionals in the area says yes.
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