Rachel and Doug Biggs serve milk to their youngest kids, Owen and Josephine, while their oldest son, Liam, plays basketball at the YMCA in Andover. The longer school day that USD 259 instituted this year has made after-school activities much more hectic for the family. They have to rush to get Liam, a first-grader, from school to eat and then to his basketball practices or games a couple of times a week.
Rachel and Doug Biggs serve milk to their youngest kids, Owen and Josephine, while their oldest son, Liam, plays basketball at the YMCA in Andover. The longer school day that USD 259 instituted this year has made after-school activities much more hectic for the family. They have to rush to get Liam, a first-grader, from school to eat and then to his basketball practices or games a couple of times a week. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Rachel and Doug Biggs serve milk to their youngest kids, Owen and Josephine, while their oldest son, Liam, plays basketball at the YMCA in Andover. The longer school day that USD 259 instituted this year has made after-school activities much more hectic for the family. They have to rush to get Liam, a first-grader, from school to eat and then to his basketball practices or games a couple of times a week. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

The struggle over longer school days

February 04, 2017 04:22 PM

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