Michelle Pindrik, a junior, rubs her face to stay awake during an honors physics class in 2014 at Buffalo Grove High School in Buffalo Grove, Ill. The American Academy of Pediantrics issued a statement saying school start times should be pushed to 8:30 a.m. or later, as many students aren’t getting enough sleep.
Michelle Pindrik, a junior, rubs her face to stay awake during an honors physics class in 2014 at Buffalo Grove High School in Buffalo Grove, Ill. The American Academy of Pediantrics issued a statement saying school start times should be pushed to 8:30 a.m. or later, as many students aren’t getting enough sleep. Brian Cassella Chicago Tribune file
Michelle Pindrik, a junior, rubs her face to stay awake during an honors physics class in 2014 at Buffalo Grove High School in Buffalo Grove, Ill. The American Academy of Pediantrics issued a statement saying school start times should be pushed to 8:30 a.m. or later, as many students aren’t getting enough sleep. Brian Cassella Chicago Tribune file

Put kids first. Ring the school bell later in the morning

May 11, 2017 11:27 AM