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    School lunches have always been a rather big debate in many schools. It seems no matter the choices, the cooks can't make everyone happy. There are so many ways to make school lunches healthier and still taste great. This could also help parents save money so that the kid doesn’t have to pack a lunch. Therefore, I believe that school lunches can be made healthier, which would offer more of a variety for the students, as well as be a better dietary style that gives the student more energy, and…

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    Schools are required to make their lunches healthier, whether they have to add fruits and vegetables, to taking food away and lowering the serving amount they give kids. Many students, parents, lawmakers, and administrators say that eating as healthy as the government wants is too costly and that it does not provide enough flexibility for the students. Schools want to make their lunches healthier, because they are trying to lower childhood obesity, because 17% of the children and adolescents are…

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    School lunches are making an effect on students and unfortunately not a good one, this has to change and I know the perfect way to change it. I have gone to school now for about 12 years, and in those years I have come to an agreement that school lunches need to be improved. I remember wanting to go to lunch in 8th grade because the food was tasteful and pleasant, although now I realize it lacked an important aspect, the food having any nutritional value. As I got older I started to dislike the…

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    School lunches have become a leading problem in many american schools.”School districts are responsible for feeding hundreds of thousands of students every day, but sometimes the cafeterias miss the mark.“(nbcdfw 2018). The food is so low quality that it doesn’t give students the energy to power them throughout the school day. We need to change the food we serve at school to help out our students and to raise our standards of our school breakfast and lunches. The new food must be healthy and…

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    Students come to school to learn, but have you noticed that they have been complaining about their lunches lately? School lunches are all processed meat. Not to mention that they are disgusting. Why do we make our kids eat these disgusting meals? Because some of the food is not well cooked, the food is unhealthy, or the food is just plain out nasty and not enough. According to Green a Green Family, foods served at many schools is not normally organic ( fresh or local).This also cause another…

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    School Lunches My project is going to be about school lunches. There are many things that you don't known about school lunches like in the first paragraph I am going to use a Sirs Discoverer and, in the second paragraph Sirs Knowledge Source and, in the third one I am going to use the New York Times Newspaper. To begin, what the school menu says like an oven baked pizza bagel with tricolor salad, but it is really a slice of pizza and a wisp of lettuce. There are many problems like ….they…

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    Schools are feeding children antibiotics. 70% of beef and protein that is feed to children through school lunches are full of antibiotics. There are variety of things that should change about school lunches and how the school feed their children. Kids can become sick from these food that schools serve, and kids do not get enough nutrients either. The school’s lunch may consist of food from all the food groups, but how many of these foods are packaged? At most schools, the majority of the food is…

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    “The USDA says 1 million fewer students nationwide are eating federal school lunches…”(1M).The nutritional standards enacted by congress in 2012 were established to promote healthy food choices that included all the major food groups. The intent was also to decrease calories in order to combat the rise of obesity in children. Within the guidelines, students in grades 9-12, for example would have a lunch tray that was”... 750-850 calories, which contained less than ten percent saturated fats,…

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    The school cafeteria offers students an opportunity to nourish their minds and bodies while socializing with other students in the midst of structured curriculum; yet, not every student in line for their meal will be able to afford the school lunch. The growing divide amongst free and reduced meals and academic success has continued to develop as schools fail to reach a general consensus on providing meals. The paper will focus on the extent to which politics are influencing federal funding of…

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    Would you rather eat school lunches or home lunches? Well in my opinion you should bring lunches from home. The question “Why?” might be asked. First school lunches are way to expensive, and kids don’t eat them. Parents rights also get taken away of packing their child's lunches. Furthermore the kids buying school lunches don’t have enough time to eat. I think there should be NO more school lunches. First school lunches are way to expensive plus kids don’t eat them. One thing that Bradley…

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