Welcome to Start School Later Arlington, TX!
District School Start Time Committee recommends AISD start all high schools after 8:00 AM.
"Early school start times are toxic for adolescents"
Debbie's reaction to the recent American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement on adolescent sleep and school start times as a guest columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Debbie Moore, chapter leader for Start School Later-Arlington, TX and her husband John, participate in the third annual DFW SleepWalk June 13, 2015 sponsored by Project Sleep, an international organization dedicated to educating communities about sleep health and one of Start School Later's coalition partner
WFAA, September 2014 Arlington ISD convenes district committee to study school start times.
CBS 11 DFW, August 24, 2014. The American Academy of Pediatrics issues a policy statement that all middle and high schools should start after 8:30 am.
Debbie Moore, Director of Start School Later Arlington, TX (@DebbieOMoore) is interviewed about a dangerous route to school that many Arlington students take, worsened by pre-dawn hours. - CBS 11 DFW Feb 20, 2103
Arlington Moms Want School Bells to Ring Later
- NBC 5 DFW October 22, 2012
Arlington, TX parents push for Later School Starts
- CBS 11 DFW October 12, 2012
17% of students report falling asleep at the wheel while getting to school.
"If changing high school start times by an hour saves one life, don't you think it's worth it? I say yes."
Start School Later Arlington's founder, Debbie Moore, was also featured in the Star-Telegram.
Start School Later Arlington is committed to protecting the health and safety of public school students by advocating for reasonable school start times and working in a positive manner within the local community.
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