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Joining Your Schools Swim Team

When it comes to school sports and extracurricular activities there are a number of different options that may interest your child. While popular sports like Basketball & football seem to garner the most attention when it comes to school sports, there are other sports like swimming that offer some pretty great benefits and skill-building tools. In fact, the swim team may just be one of the most overlooked sports groups to join when it comes to school sports. 

High School swim teams offer great activities & opportunities for your teen to participate in while in high school. Many high schools have great swim facilities that are well maintained, utilize concrete coatings to ensure a safe slip-proof environment, and are accessible year-round. When joining the swim team not only does your child obtain a great cardiovascular workout, they also develop other important skills to help them become successful young adults.

Time Management

Swimming encourages time management & efficiency. When on the swim team at your school it is important to manage schoolwork, chores at home and any part-time job, etc. 

Mental Health

Swimming is both a solo sport and a team sport. That being said you learn to hold yourself accountable and also learn about being a part of a team. Swimming encourages perseverance, boots confidence, and helps improve motivation.

Form Relationships

Being a part of any team helps individuals to build new relationships with others outside their normal friend group. It allows your child to interact with others that share a common interest and learn to build on a relationship from there. 

Athletic & Physical Benefits

Not only is swimming a fun way to improve fitness & cardiovascular health as well as get exercise, but it also is a low-impact workout that can be done year-round, unlike other seasonal sports.

Still Competitive

While football and basketball may seem like they are more competitive sports that isn’t necessarily the case. Swim meats are fueled with competition and beating your previous record. So not only are you in competition with others you are also in competition with yourself. You learn how to set goals and conquer them for yourself.

Joining the high school swim team or even a club swim team may prove to be a great activity for your child. Especially should your child have asthma or other issues that may prevent them from playing high-impact sports. In fact, swimming is one of the best exercises for those that are asthmatic. Check into your school’s local swim team and see what they have to offer. You might just have found a new sport that you love!


Importnace of The School Meal Program

School meals which consist of breakfast and lunch are critical to a students well being at school throughout the day and even in day-to-day life for some. In fact, a lot of families count on school meals to ensure their child gets the nutrition they need to learn throughout the day. That being said, what are the standards that school meals need to follow in terms of nutrition & providing your child with adequate & age-appropriate calorie intake? 

The National School Lunch Program or NSLP, ensures students receive whole grains, lean proteins, and fat-free or low-fat milk with every lunch provided. In 2012 school nutrition guidelines were revisited and were amended to include more fruits, veggies & whole grains while also reducing trans fats & sodium, helping to make school-based meals even more nutritious. And in one study school-based meals were proven to be healthier and more nutritionally balanced than packed lunches and were also associated with lower body mass index in students too!

For those that can not afford the daily cost of school breakfast and/or lunch the Free & Reduced meals offered to all students who qualify help to reduce food insecurity, obesity rates & help to prevent poor health. The main priority of the school meal program is to ensure your child has the nutrition, energy, and brainpower to complete a full day of school & learning. And when students are involved in extracurricular activities it helps to ensure that they have the energy and the nutrients they need to participate safely. But the benefits of school meal programs do not just stop there. In studies done, it has also been found that when students are hungry throughout the school day they are more likely to have harder learning, and can even experience behavioral & emotional health issues!


  •  Mental, behavioral & emotional health, as well as academic issues, are more common among those students struggling with any hunger issues
  • Students that experience hunger during the school day have lower math scores and poor grades
  • Children/Students who experience hunger show more signs of hyperactivity as well as behavioral & attention problems. They are also more likely to be tardy or absent.
  • High school-age students are more likely to be suspended from school & have more issues getting along with other students.
  • Children that experience hunger is more likely to have to repeat a grade, are more in need of mental health & special education programs.


In the end, children who are expected to complete a full school day need the proper nutrition and an adequate intake of food. Not only does this help their overall well-being, but they also learn better and are able to interact with their peers better as well. And with the updated nutrition guidelines you can rest assured that your child is getting the very important nutrition they need when consuming school meals.

Apprenticship vs. College

Apprenticeships were once looked to when it came to more manual trades or professions such as plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and masons to name a few. In today’s society, however, what it means to be an apprentice has changed & so have the professional boundaries that once governed them. While medicine and law still require you to study at a college or university, you can now find apprenticeship positions in marketing, accounting, business administration, vehicle protection & vinyl wrap installation, and more. Many are finding that with an apprenticeship they are more readily able to nurture their ambitions, passions, and goals. What do I mean? With careful thought and consideration, an apprenticeship allows you to really go after & master the skills that interest you most. And the give and take that comes with both formal university schooling & an apprenticeship are pretty much the same when weighed upon each other. Meaning, where do you think you could find the most success career-wise?

Some of The Best Professionals Are Founded By An Apprenticeship

Vinyl wraps have taken the vehicle enhancement industry by storm this past decade. Also known as vehicle wraps, they are large sheets of vinyl film that are applied to your vehicle to enhance the appearance & incorporate custom texture & graphics.  The same goes for paint protection film and ceramic coating services. These high-end services are up there in terms of cost, and the installation experts handling them make a pretty decent living. That being said, where do these vehicle enhancement specialists gain their skillset & certifications? Not college, in fact, most auto salons are filled with guys that have learned hands-on through apprenticeships. Concours Auto Salon, a vehicle enhancement service based in Texas, promotes apprenticeships and how much knowledge & skill they have to offer. A lot of the best auto detailing experts are born out of an apprenticeship. You not only get hands-on learning but you see how a business is run while also learning the tricks of the trade. 

Are College Degrees More Versatile?

While many still believe a 4+ year college education and multiple degrees help to determine your skillset and financial gain, others have begun to compare the two. It is true with an apprenticeship that you often work full-time hours for minimal to no pay. But when going to school and juggling a full class load do you have time to work full-time hours or in some cases even part-time hours at all. That leaves you making little to no money while also incurring debt for the cost of schooling. It is important to note that you have to be dedicated and interested in your chosen field for an apprenticeship. A bachelor’s degree can often help you to land a job even down a career path different from your intended degree. An apprenticeship is more auto-focused on relatively one profession. In the end, an apprenticeship over schooling is definitely a serious option to consider. It has many benefits that come with it when fitted with the right person. 



3 Reasons Why College Should Be Free

Here are a few reasons why a college education should be free for everyone.

Helps Improves Society

When people are better educated, they are able to solve problems better. This means that society can progress at a much faster rate. In addition, people with education can better understand the history of their own culture and its current economic, political and financial conditions. They may be more inclined to participate in politics and improve their country. When a more significant number of people have access to college education, the number of employable people for skilled labour also increases, which means that more people will join the workforce, which in turn, could help reduce the wealth gap between the upper, middle, and lower-class people.


Widened Workforce

A shift in the workforce comes along with technological progressions. More and more low-skill workers are being replaced by automated machines. Even though automation is spreading across positions that require repetition such as back-office tasks, it is not meant to replace the entire workforce. The needs of most economies are shifting towards requiring a more skilled workforce, with people needing to have creative thinking abilities and good analytical skills. These skills are both honed and taught with the help of college education. If a greater number of people could attend college for free, then the workforce is most likely to expand. In the case of an economic recession, when one industry falters, another one rises to replace it, the result of which is that workers need to be retrained and taught skills for that particular job. If more people could enter schools and colleges and gear their studies towards booming industries, the population will be better equipped to cope with drastic changes in the economy.

Boosting The Economy

A large number of students graduate with a massive amount of debt, and as a result of this, they will most likely continue to add to their debt with interest. It can take several years before they manage to dig themselves out of debt which only seems to keep growing. This hinders spending on things such as buying a house or a car in the meantime. If, on the other hand, people were to graduate with no debt weighing them down, that could potentially fast track their ability to earn, save, and spend, which in turn helps to stimulate the economy. With an increase in consumer spending, there is greater demand. Greater demand in spending also relates to higher demand in the workforce which in turn leads to more opportunities for employment. This can spur a positive cycle of economic activity. The fear of being in debt can also cause students to avoid school altogether. However, if debt was not something students had to deal with, they may feel more motivated to go to school and college in the first place.


The Significance of Education In Developing Countries

Despite significant progress in the past few decades, children are still being denied education. It is the need of the hour to understand that education and development go hand in hand. Education plays a very significant role in developing countries because a lack of education causes slow economic development of a country, leading to poverty, especially if the country is a developing country. Education is essential for everyone; it is the primary need of every individual. Every boy and girl child should have the right to quality education so that they can have a better chance in life, including better health as well as employment opportunities. Education plays a vital role in the poverty reduction of a country. Some advantages of education are that it increases the GDP of a nation and boosts economic growth, reduces infant mortality rate and even increases human life expectancy. An essential investment in a country, education has some tremendous benefits.


Education can provide a person with an opportunity for lifetime income, reduces drop-out rates from schools and colleges, promotes peace and encourages healthy competition. Several children drop out of college because they are not aware of the advantages of a college education. Education also plays a prime role in making the right decisions in times of conflicts. We also need to make sure that school education equips children with necessary life skills and not just restrict them to academics. Particular focus needs to be given to the most vulnerable groups, including children living in slums, children with disabilities, and girls, who are most likely to be affected because of inadequate learning materials, unsuitable education infrastructure and the lack of well-trained teachers. Efficient teachers are a crucial ingredient in every child’s education. Educated women tend to be healthier, earn more income and provide much better healthcare not only for themselves but also for their future children. These benefits are also passed down from generation to generation and across communities as a whole, making education among girls one of the best investments a country can make.

education systems

A combination of social attitudes, discrimination, low quality of human and material resources, lack of political will, and poverty leave children with disabilities more vulnerable to being excluded from being educated. It is essential for societies to adapt their education systems so as to ensure that these children can get the education they most rightfully deserve and get a chance at having a better future.

It is no surprise that children who have access to high-quality education perform better and are more successful in their lives. It is crucial that the education system in developing countries is built in such a way that students apply their minds keeping in mind the development of the country.