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Jessica SalazarSalazar1
Mrs. Gurtin
English 1B
March 20, 2013

Lunch should be longer
Many people have trouble getting lunch on time. The lines are too long and take forever. We end up waiting in line for ten minutes and end up shoving people to get to the font of the line so we can have enough time to eat our lunch. Lunch at Century High School is twenty four minutes long; however lunch is too short and should be forty five minutes long. Classes are too long so that’s why we should have a longer lunch so we can be focused in class. If classes were shorter and we had a longer lunch, we could stay focused throughout our other classes. My first two classes, biology and English, are too long then I have lunch

which is too short. After those two classes are over I am very tired and need a longer lunch. For those reasons I think the principal should change the schedule so we can have a longer lunch. By the time you get in line and get your lunch you only have approximately fifteen minutes to eat. The lunch periods should be longer because if we have a longer time to eat it will allow us to eat slower and which is healthier. It is necessary for lunch to be longer because we can take our time to eat so we won’t get a stomach ache. After lunch I realized that I get stomach aches for the rest of my classes. To summarize fifteen minutes to scarf don our food is too short. Finally some people could use forty five minutes to do homework. People eat their lunch and see if they have enough time to their homework. Other people just use those forty five minutes just to hang out with friends. A lot of people just use the extra time to do things they have to do. At the end a lot of people could use the extra time to

do homework, hang out with friends and or ask their teachers on what they have missed. In conclusion, if our lunch time would be forty five instead of twenty four minutes, classes...
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