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    percent of the people across the country believe schools should offer only nutritious drinks, such as white milk, water, and natural fruit juice, to students. I strongly agree that adding nutritious beverages to school lunches is a logical and reasonable idea. To begin with, when products are locally sourced, the local economy around the school will also receive a boost. Also, when a parent of a school student sends their child, or children, to school, they should not have the need to worry…

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    they graduate high school. This means that one-third-- yes, one third-- of all children will become overweight or obese. Not only that, these younger children will be the first generation in our country's history to die at a younger age than their parents.”(Cooper, 2). The activity of parents and teachers trying to fix this is slow…

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    Article headline: “More time for school lunches equals healthier choices for kids” Link: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/09/150911094910.htm As the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) launched for more than 60 years, more and more students receive their discounted lunch each day, and school lunch has become an essential nutrition resource for students. Therefor, researchers are exploring methods to improve the healthiness of the food students eat everyday, and they conducted a study…

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    Harlem Brundtland. Lately school lunches have been going downhill. Improvements in our school lunches are desperately needed to make changes in how the youth eat. Larger varieties of fruits and vegetables can help better school lunches because the more available the more likely students are to eat them. “Studies show that introduction of schools salad bars increases the amount and variety of fruits and vegetables consumed by children in schools” (Harris 295). Schools that provide salad bars…

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    Why Change School Lunches

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    many problems in our school, some of them can’t be solved with the push of a button. Many of them probably can’t be solved at all, but the topic i chose to focus on are the school lunches. Here are the reasons why I would want to change the school lunches. I feel that a main problem in the school is that the lunches are highly overpriced. Not many people have enough money to pay over $4 a day just for a small lunch. Some families have even more than one child in the same school so if they don't…

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    education system and the schools a parents send their child too, there are certain expectations a parent hopes for their child to get out of being in school. Certain expectations from the parents probably being a properly balanced education, forming friendships and social circles. One thing though that has been failed to be provided by the public education system and only until recently been a concern and expectations by parents nationally is an adequate, nutritious school lunch. There are many…

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    imposed restrictions on school lunches that has made the food served unappetizing to many students. These restrictions require limited calories, fats, sugars and sodium while emphasizing fruits, vegetables, whole grains, dairy and proteins. This causes there to be very limited tasty options for school cafeterias to serve. Because of this it has resulted in negative responses from students and school districts. The government should not impose restrictions on school lunches because it has…

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    Lack Of School Lunches

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    fullness. Lastly, while we do have the opportunity to stay late, many students opt out for recess time. While this is in our control, it's a decision that we make simply because recess is normally our only unorganized physical activity throughout the school day. For kids, it seems impossible to abandon.…

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    Essay On School Lunches

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    is Ms. Fletcher who keeps the other lunch ladies doing what there supposed to be doing, she also makes really good brownies. Ms. Roxanne knows almost every student in the school she does the lunch and ice cream money. The food they prepare is decent. That was not even all the lunch ladies.…

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    Improving School Lunches In Nutritional Quality Assessment of Elementary School Lunches of South Korea and the United States, the authors, Jeon Min-Sun, Young Hoon Kim, and Hak-Seon Kim are professors at universities from Texas and South Korea. They have PhDs and spend much of their time teaching students that are interested in the field of food services. In this article, the authors are mostly successful in persuading those who are within the foodservice chains, that nutritional school lunches…

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