Is Daylight Savings worth saving?


“Nothing feels different to me when daylight savings happen. Everything seems normal to me, and it doesn’t really affect me in a huge way.” Nikos LaRossa, 9

“I don’t think daylight savings is necessary anymore, even for farmers. I like the extra hour of sleep for one day though.” Reese Judd, 10

“I think we should still have daylight savings to have the extra hours. It saves energy for numerous students that don’t have good time management, like doing their homework until two in the morning.” Casey Motoyama, 11

“Honestly, I don’t mind the time change. I’m stuck at home doing homework anyways so it doesn’t really affect me.” Alicja Morgas, 12

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Ryan Kelleher is a senior, and this is his fourth year on “The Roar” staff. He is Co-Editor-In-Chief and webmaster. Ryan loves writing sports pieces, specifically volleyball and football. In his free time, Ryan hangs out with friends and family, sleeps, plays volleyball, and watches TV. After high school, Ryan plans to attend college and then law school.