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This business idea came from the banning of cell phones at schools and is making one unique entrepreneur money.“Schools are becoming strict on cell phone usage” according to high school sophomore student Danielle Harris “kids are simply always with these in class… I don’t blame them”. Vernon Alcoser an experienced entrepreneur has made a profit for storing cell phones while students are at school. It costs a mere $1 a day to keep there phones in the trucks he parks nearby.“It helps to make the students and parents feel good to know their phones are safe,” said Alcoser, 38, a correction officer who lives on Webb Ave. in the Bronx.The Department f Education has banned electronic devices and they are cracking down on cellular phones since 2005 but not all schools enforcement of electronics are going so well.According to a Ms. Davidson at Santiago High School in Corona California, stated “I wish that our school would implement more enforcement of cellular phones. Its impossible to teach our students if they're constantly texting.”Alcoser could have been the very first person to think of a cell phone baby-sitting service. But he has the backers of several schools and students who are tired of having their phones confiscated. Which only the parents or legal guardians are allowed to pick up at the office. Sam Michel of Corona High School states “I’ve had my phone taken five times. I just want to be able to text my friends and parents after school, but I would love if we had some kind of cell phone baby-sitting service, I’d pay a dollar a day for that!”Although cellular usage at schools is not a surprise, the new business idea of a cellular telephone baby-sitting service provides a easy and cheap solution for young students, schools and parents for storing their cell phones as opposed to getting them confiscated.
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