Make a designated area for the S.F.S soccer field.
This is important because, it will make S.F.S a more organized, and better-scheduled school.
- Elementary, and Middle School Principals and Vice Principals
To whom it may concern,
We think it would be best for everyone if you made a designated area for the Middle School students, Elementary School students, and British School students on the soccer field, and basketball court, for lunch break at 11:40~12:45.
The reasons why we think it would be best for everyone are: the eighth-graders consume ¼ of the field for soccer, and also another ¼ of the field for American football. In addition to the eighth-graders, the seventh-graders also, take up ¼ of the field for soccer. So that leaves the fourth and the fifth-graders to share only ¼ of the field to play soccer and American football.
Also, sometimes the British School students take up ½ of the field! That leaves one half of the field to share between the seventh, eighth, fourth, and fifth-graders to play American football and soccer.
On the basketball court, the eighth-graders take up one full court, and the seventh-graders also, use one full court. So, the fourth and fifth-graders have nowhere to play basketball.
We think the best way to solve this problem, is to have each grade use ¼ of the field for whatever sport they want to play. For the basketball court, the Elementary School students will share one full court, and the Middle School students will share one full court.
That way, each grade has ¼ of the basketball court to use, each grade has ¼ of the field to use for whatever sport they want to play, and everyone has a fair and equal part of the field, and basketball court.
If we can make that change, then Seoul Foreign School will be a more organized, better-scheduled, fair school, instead of a messy, disorganized, unfair school.
Zacharias Nam, Justin Chung, Michael Zeiger
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