Activity, light, and sleep data were segregated by school day nights (Sunday night to Thursday night) and nonschool day nights (Friday night, Saturday night, or the night before one holiday, Memorial Day) for analysis. School and nonschool days were treated separately. If a student was missing one or more nonschool nights (out of four), then the nonschool nights for that student were not included in the analysis. If a student was missing 5 or more school nights (out of 10), then the school nights for that student were not included in the analysis. Students missing both one or more nonschool night and five or more weekday nights were removed entirely from the analysis.

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