yes its good that we have sports teams in elementary schools because kids focus more and pay more attention to the teacher and it doesn't just benefit the kids it also benefits the teachers by less fidgeting in class and less fooling around
schools have sports logos because their sports teams are representing their school. Sports logos are mainly the same logo as the school logo. It is mainly to look good!
There really is not anything wrong with having sports teams, in fact having sports can instill some important values in children if the priorities are right. For example, putting teamwork and having fun above winning the game, allowing all the children to play in the games regardless of how good or bad they play, and above all, keeping sports secondary to academics.
no because the girls might get hurt a lot and slow down the game.
There are lots of very good academic schools with good sports teams but it depends on where you live. If you live in California a UC has great academics and sports. take Stanford for example they are ranked number 9 in the country for football and top ten in academics. If you are talking in specific regions there are PAC-10, big 10, and sec schools.
When considering elementary schools in the United States there are many good schools to choose from for your child. However, if you're looking for the best elementary schools in the United States you might consider schools in Raleigh, NC where the median score is 65.88.
Click the link below for a good list of schools in Alabama.
Schools should have sports teams because that means no more instant workout so you can exercise while you are having fun. You will also have the chance to be really good at it and can join the "the big leagues"- in which you can earn money and be famous. you will be fit at the same time.
NO definitely not. Sports in schools encourage good grades, good attendance, teamwork, and physical fitness
There are a several really good websites for information on elementary schools in Seattle and the surrounding areas. I would recommend http://www.seattleschools.org/