Nationwide, school districts are shifting to or exploring a shift to later start time for secondary schools. This is due to a body of scientific evidence showing that teen sleep cycles warrant later start times for the physical and mental health benefits, as well as for public safety. Rep. Suzanne Harrison is presenting HCR 3, a non-binding resolution to encourage the adoption of later start times for Utah high schools, today at 2pm to the Health and Human Services Committee in Senate building 210.
TAKE ACTION NOW: Please send a quick email to legislators on the committee NOW (before 2p!) to ask them to support this good bill!
Write your brief email to the members of the House Health and Human Services Committee in the box on the lower right. Simply click “Start Writing” to begin. You may use the talking points below to inform your letter.