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    figure out who we “were,” and which teachers we could observe a young lady came into the office and walked us to her classroom. I was able to observe both first grade and second grade in the lunchroom as well as the fourth and fifth graders. The lunchroom has two purposes at Tulip Grove. One as a cafeteria and the other as a P.E room. The lunchroom had several physical education, math, positive quotes and healthy foods posters. I liked that. The students were divided in two sections the first one with students who brought their own lunch and the other section with students who were having cafeteria food. The structure seemed fairly reasonable. I was impressed with the fact that the cafeteria was pretty loud and there were two teachers supervising. When I was in elementary school we all sat in rows and everything was very structured. Maybe we were a bit wild and that’s why we needed a lot of discipline. On addition, I liked the structure. The teachers seemed very laid back while the students were eating. The total amount of lunch times was 35 minutes. The first 20 minutes the children were able to socialize with one another. However, the last 15 minutes were quiet time in the cafeteria. I feel that it during that time that I was able to see the real character of the teachers. Wow! It was impressive and sad. I understand that the last 15 minutes are dedicated to eating because the first 20 minutes the students just chat with one another and had a bite or two of their food. I…

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    we have(Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act) . These laws made mostly all foods with bread changed to whole grain. They also required students to take a fruit and due to the changes most kids found the food dissatisfying. The point is new healthy school food laws are making kids not want to buy or eat the food served. This proves that school food laws increase waste, make kids not want fruit or vegetables, and cause prices to go up. …

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    students paid to attend the college or university, they need and should know which professors would help them achieve their goals according to their way of learning. This is why student evaluations are important, it shows which professors are underachieving and which are performing exponentially. Although there is an ever present threat of a student writing a bad review, if the majority of the class is writing great reviews, it will show if that student was actually slacking in the class. The…

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    The repetitive cuisine of the school cafeterias can quickly lack excitement after a long day of constant study and just not be appealing to students. This would cause the pupil to not even engage in eating lunch at all and starve themselves. The lack of food can cause juveniles to become irritable and not want to learn. A junior at Roosevelt High School participating in a student protest of the inadequate meals served at lunch said, “It’s not fair for us kids, us teenagers, to go through the day…

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    You can separate yourself from others to be with people that have the same similarities. You can be part of the football team but don’t identity yourself as the football player. People tend to forget that an image a person puts on is not what defines them as a whole. Then we sometimes forget that diversity is not a high school cafeteria but what separates one from the rest of the world. Society wants the world to be equal but hide into groups where they feel most comfortable. And thats what we…

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    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 resulted in less students eating lunch at school, food being wasted,…

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    At Needham High School, the debate on open campus has been going on forever. Currently, the rule for open campus is that juniors and seniors are allowed to leave the school during lunch and study periods. Unfortunately, freshmen and sophomores have not been allowed to leave school property in between eight in the morning and two thirty-five in the afternoon. This rule must be changed instantly because it is an unfair rule that allows the older students access to different lunch options…

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    Specific: Does cost in food alter/change/conveniences the opinion of student’s taste in food? Does overall appearance in the food alter/change/conveniences the taste in food? Does the name, brand, logo, “special ingredients” alter/change /conveniences the taste in food? IV. Research Method This study was made to describe how people’s perspective of food and taste are determined by those three key factors. Rosemont students believe that the school cafeteria food isn’t tasteful, organized, and…

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    The reason I chose to have my lunch in school is I do not want to leave school and lose my parking space. It is good decision to have lunch in school because to do not need to drive to the restaurant for the exact food you can order from the school cafeteria. I do not need to spend time looking for a place to park again in that day. Even though the fact that I do not like the cheeseburger in the school cafeteria, but it did save me time on the way and I can use it on reviewing in the library…

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    The cause of failure in the National School Lunch Program has been a highly contentious topic since modern reporting of nutritional standards have been implemented. Most research points to the lack of student opportunity to access of healthy food as the main cause of failure, however, who is at fault for this is much more debatable. Some, including Julian, cited inconsistency in regulation and oversight as the biggest challenge. He noted that a lot of poor menu options for students in middle and…

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