Unless you’re a senior, this week is really great for you. Due to senior testing, classes start at 11:30 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. For Freshman, this means three late starts in a row, and for sophomores and juniors, its two late starts and one day of testing. So now you’re faced with the question, what should you do on your late start days?
If you’re a freshman, there is a ropes course offered at Goddard Middle School. The ropes course offers many fun courses and challenges, and helps build team work skills.
The late start may also be a good opportunity to catch up on your studies and school work. Whether you’re working at home or in the library, where quiet study time is offered, there is plenty of time to finish all your homework. If you’re stuck on homework or have questions, the school offers extra help in science room 134E. The school also offers art lab time in the art wing, tech lab time in room 150, social studies enrichment in the theater, lab time for math methods and PLATO math help in room 129. Use your late start time wisely and get all your work in.
The late start can also be used to catch up on sleep so that you’re fully awake for all your classes starting at 11:30. Sleep in while you can!
If you would rather go out during your late start days, there is plenty of time to go out for breakfast. All around the Littleton area there are lots of good restaurants that are tasty and affordable (if you don’t know where to go, check out restaurant reviews here on Lion’s Roar Now). If you don’t have the time or money to go out to breakfast, you can also make your own tasty treats (recipes are also available here on Lion’s Roar Now).
It’s not very often we have a whole week of late start days, so make them count, because before you know it, we’ll be back to our regular schedule once again.