In many schools, teachers and students are arguing over a priviledge. Should cell phones be allowed in school or not? What intelligent students say is that cell phones should be allowed, but the strict teachers say that cell phones should be banned from the school. What excellent uses would cell phones be in the school and what horrible outcomes will there be in the uses? Cell phones are used to contact, alert, and be a mobile electronic to use internet. Intelligently, students say that cell phones are used as certain materials for school such as a calculator for Math.

Luckily, teachers say that only eligible students should use cell phones for specific reasons. In addition, cell phones are also used for when an emergency situation comes into the school like a real fire or intruder. Unfortunately, students without cell phones attempt theft of another cell phone from another user. Many of teens are wondering, are high school students are trustworthy to have cell phones in school? The uses of a cell phone by a student depends on the behavior and maturity of the student. Therefore, students who are trustworthy and can prove their evidence of being trusted are allowed to have cell phones.

This is necessary because there is a small number of mature students in schools who are deserved to be allowed with electronics. In addition, those who behave and pass classes are eligible to be allowed with cell phones. Furthermore, about 20% are eligible to have a cell phone. Finally, cell phones shouldn’t be allowed to students who use cell phones only to text and play games. The small number of students in high schools are intelligent and positive. In addition, most of the intelligent high school student are well-behaved. The rest of the students are ignorant and disruptive.

The reason why very little students deserve to be allowed with cell phones is because the rest are ignorant. For example, if students with a GPA of 80 or above are in a classroom, those students are allowed to ONLY play music on their headphones. In addition, students with GPA mastery are also allowed to use their cell phones as a calculator or a dictionary in class. In elementary schools, students who passed 34 of their classes are allowed to use their cell phones. In class after finishing an assignment early, students who passed most of their classes are allowed to use their cell phones for games or music ONLY.

In lunch or recess, students who passed most of their classes can use their cell phones for anything. This goes for high school students as well. A minimum of students in high school are mature. Most students are females. Very little are males. The rest of the students in high school are either slightly immature or repetitively immature. Furthermore, those students who are disruptive talk too much; Consequently, talking leads to getting put out of class or having a phone call home. The mature students never get detention, phone calls, suspended, or expelled.

Unfortunately, the immature students can make one mature student become immature. Those students either get the other to talk in class or do violent activities like fighting. For example, even making violent contact with a student will get both of the students expelled if caught. Therefore, very little immature students may have the phone privilege, but the students can also lose it to the immature students. About half of the high school students have an appropriate and positive attitude. Some other students have an inappropriate impression on their peers. About a quarter of high school students are passing most their classes.

Most passed half, one, or none of their classes. Those who passed most or all of their classes are eligible to use their cell phones ONLY for music in classes. In addition, students can also use their cell phones as school products such as a calculator for math, or as a dictionary for ELA. The students with a GPA of 80 or above are allowed to use their phones in class for music or school materials. In addition, those students must also have a positive attitude towards their peers and teachers. Students are suppose to help each other. Those students make others feel great in a positive way.

High school students are eligible. About a quarter of the high school has intelligent and positive students. The rest are disrespectful and vapid. Intelligent students have A’s and B’s. Intelligent students also help other students get on their level. Stupid students rarely get a B in one class or even an assignment due to their short attention span. Consequently, those students get C’s and F’s. Disrespectful students talk too much during class. Those students get in trouble way too much from talking, which leads to a phone call home, detention, or even suspension from the school.

Furthermore, students who do that lose countless privileges including the cell phone privilege. Finally, students who are eligible and positive deserv the cell phone privilege and students who do not act that way don’t. 20% of students in high school and elementary school are allowed to have a cell phone. 80% are unworthy of bringing a cell phone to school. According to the iPhone, this cell phone is special for actually having the calculator app. The calculator app is a scientific calculator that has all the factors of math.

The iPhone also contains the dictionary app in the App store and can be downloaded quickly if the cell phone is connected to the internet. Next, students who aren’t high enough to have this privilege are also misbehaving in class. About 80% of the students in class talk constantly and nonstop. Those students have a small amount who break school rules. For example, some students are violent; but try to hide the commotion if the teacher is out of their sight. If the teacher is here, the students try to either jump back in their seats before the teach looks or make the violence seem harmless.

The nice students help students get their work done and provide spare materials to others. A small amount of students never get detention or make the teacher speak to the student about a negative action once. The rest of the positive students only got in trouble or had a negative action in their school year once or twice. Luckily, those aren’t much trouble. The intelligent students help each other. The nice students are selfless as well. That is what makes 20% of the students in high school. The rest are the opposite or both. Both is like not negative or positive. The opposite is ignorant.