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    that scoops up a pile of slop and dumps it on a student’s tray. Well, this is what students see today with their school lunches. Yes, the students are exaggerating a bit because it is not slop or a gross lunch lady, but the new supposedly healthier school lunches are not appetizing, tasty, or helping child obesity. What is the point of making this new transition to healthier lunches if the children are not going to eat them? Some students will not eat this food because it does not taste good or…

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    grade year. Nowadays, school lunches are lacking. As high school students, we are always running and gunning and burning endless amounts of energy. When school lunch comes around, us students have a large appetite. School lunches will definitely not fill up a hungry student. What is the perfect solution? Allow open campus. This will allow students to run to the local quickshop, or their homes to grab a more desirable lunch. I intend to take my proposals to the school board and discuss…

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    it comes to the causes. One of which being extremely unhealthy school lunches. We can do something about this increasingly severe problem. If we teach children to eat healthy and make healthy choices then we might be able to stop this. Schools across America are serving horribly unhealthy and under nourishing lunches. First of all students should have…

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    The principal of our school needs to give the students longer lunches because lunch is an essential part of a student's day, and at school students need more time to eat and some students don't even get their lunch. Having more time to eat could change how well students academically and in many other ways, so could actually letting the students eat their lunches. First, students need more time to eat their lunches. Students are not getting the essential time they need to eat. There have been…

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    overweight and schools are taking action. Yes, obesity is an issue all over America, however should schools feel obligated to change their students’ eating habits? Although the new school lunch system is extra nutritional some students do not receive enough calories, afterwards feel sluggish and more than anything schools are losing income and dropping out of this new program. This is most affecting high school students, athletes especially. They aren’t getting the calories needed with the…

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    Should changes be made in the regulations of school lunches? Are school lunches healthy enough for children that attend schools? Currently, the plan doesn’t seem to be portioned correctly for different body types, school systems are serving the same thing two or more times a week. Hopefully, this will give some solutions on how it can be solved and the steps that is need to be taken to correct this issue. If it is to benefit the students then it should be reviewed from all points of view…

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    (HSA) we like having delicious lunches that will fill us up. We have many suggestions for you and we would like you to fulfill them to make lunch better. First of all, lunch is too expensive at this school. A majority of the people cannot afford the lunch or are in debt. Many of the people are poor and they would like the price to be reduced. The money could be used for a better cause. It could be used for helping in education instead. The lunch at this school is low quality, as…

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    Many schoolchildren throw away their half-eaten cafeteria lunches so that they can run outside to play. Recess is often held after lunch so children hurry to finish so that they can go play. This results in wasted fruits, vegetables, entrees, milk, and students not meeting their nutritional needs. However, it has been found that if recess is held before lunch, students come to lunch with healthy appetites and less urgency and are more likely to eat their fruits, vegetables, entree, and milk.…

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    We cannot allow children to eat foods that have been refrigerated and re heated a thousand of times to eat. There has to be changes made in school lunches. Every parent wants the best for their child, especially for them to be in the best healthy condition. Most parents don’t even know what is given to their child for lunch. The simple fact that it is free makes them happy. This problem is a major issue for the health of children and students because most of them will eat chips and candy instead…

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    School lunches need a change All around the world, students are starving in school. They don’t get enough. They hate the food and so do I. School lunches are a big problem. It really isn’t the schools problem either, It's the restrictions and mandates they have to follow. It all starts with the National School Lunch Program, or NSLP. It’s a federally funded program that gives schools low-cost or even free, nutritionally balanced meals every day (National School Lunch Program). It limits the fat…

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