Sleep is being valued less, school extracurriculars more important

By Chris Agnone ’18  and Chris Stanek ’19 THE ROUNDUP The rigors of school and extracurriculars often interfere with a student’s sleep cycle which can be very detrimental to their physical and mental performance short and long term. Nationwide Children’s, adolescents need to get nine and half hours of sleep a night. The average teenager […]

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