Cafeteria

    Page 1 of 50 - About 500 Essays
  • The Importance Of Cultural Preferences In Schools

    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. Due to school food laws children will throw away more food in school cafeterias. Children will throw food out because of the taste, or just the fact they have to take a fruit or vegetable. “School can’t change cultural preferences ,” Graham added. “And with sky-high produce costs, we simply cannot afford to feed our trash cans”(Hamburger). This shows that some students have cultural preferences and if schools change the food those kids will either not eat it or just throw it out because they like the stuff they’re used to and they won’t eat it. Julie Kelly and Jeff Stier observe that, “Even though lunches are free they are so unappetizing thanks to the new nutrition standards that much food is thrown away”(Kelly and Stier). This proves that kids don’t like the taste of the fruit or vegetable so they throw it out…

    Words: 1442 - Pages: 6
  • Popular Teachers In Higher Education Analysis

    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…

    Words: 781 - Pages: 4
  • Definition Essay On Diversity

    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…

    Words: 918 - Pages: 4
  • Does Cost In Food Alter/Change/Conveniences The Taste Of Food

    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…

    Words: 1324 - Pages: 6
  • Causes Of The National School Lunch Program

    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…

    Words: 1348 - Pages: 5
  • Restrictions On School Lunches Essay

    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,…

    Words: 1059 - Pages: 5
  • Apology For Apology In School

    I decided to pay my respect to teachers, and always pay attention and never speak while others are talking. I am very sorry once again. There is nothing else I can say. I apologize deeply. My actions were wrong I should not have laughed at you, or at the other teachers. Once again there was no humor in what you had to say. The punishment you gave us is ridiculous. This essay is all right, but the suspension, is not the right thing to do. There are kids that vandalize school property and skip…

    Words: 530 - Pages: 3
  • Should Lunches Be Allowed In Schools

    Walking around the tables of any U.S. school cafeteria, it doesn’t take much more than a glance to tell that the lunches being served to students are not the healthiest meals around. Lunch room staples such as cheesy breadsticks, hot dogs, and pizza stand as students’ main source of sustenance during the school day; these foods are not only unhealthy no matter which way you look at them, but they can also hardly be considered proper meals at all. Posters showing the food pyramid and colorful…

    Words: 1739 - Pages: 7
  • Daily Choices Ethical Analysis

    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…

    Words: 1958 - Pages: 8
  • Farm To School Program Analysis

    Forty-four percent of all public schools in the entire US, including Strayer University, have decided to tackle this alarming situation by joining the “Farm to School” program; a collaboration between schools and farmers from all around the US to enhance the quality of food served in school cafeterias (farmtoschool). The program solely aims at providing children with a healthy lifestyle. The “Farm to School” program was started in the 1990s and it has grown from a handful of schools to about…

    Words: 1107 - Pages: 5
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 50

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: