Essay about School Uniforms Save Time

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The ringing of the alarm clock that is placed directly beside your bed wakes you. The high pitched alarm practically pierces your brain and makes you get out of your warm, cozy bed. Time to head to school. You have to wake up every day the moment that alarm goes off or else you’re toast. If you are late again, your school record is sure to take a hit. But wait… what are you going to wear? Is this a dilemma you face each morning? Do you have trouble wanting to get out of your bed, and then faced with the troubling question of what cool, clean, unwrinkled outfit you should wear that day? This is where school uniforms come in. Don’t you think that just slapping on a uniform would be much easier? This way you might not have to think so hard in …show more content…
Picking out a different outfit every single day for every single month of every school year sure can be time consuming, and I’ve even met people from public schools that skip more important things like breakfast in order to be dressed nicely! This is absurd, as breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Also, imagine all those hours spent in stores and malls just to find the perfect outfit that you’re probably going to wear for... at the most, one day, because you’ll want to keep your style ‘fresh’ and ‘original’. Believe me, I’ve seen it happen here and there.
Furthermore, school uniforms have the potential to make schools a whole lot safer. Think of it like this – if you were to see a student walk in wearing an ugly polo shirt and sweat pants, (s)he would probably be picked on just because of what (s)he is wearing. We as humans naturally judge on what we see first, and it’s usually their face / clothing. If school uniforms were implemented in many places, then it would eradicate school violence and students wouldn’t be indignant with each other based on what they wear. Also, since everyone on school grounds is wearing their uniform, it would be easy to pinpoint unwanted visitors and be one step ahead. Not to mention it would help kids with less money evade the bullying and teasing that they would usually receive, which brings me to my next point.
Last but not least, with school uniforms, parent’s…