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    The Importance Of Lunch

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    Lunch. The time in school where students converge on grey tables and metal chairs to chomp down on your microwave noodles with a cold sweet tea and a bag of doritos. Lunch is an important time in the school day. In fact, if you asked me, lunch is my favorite time of the day besides dismissal. It is at the lunch table where life’s biggest questions are asked, and we attempt to answer them. Why are we constantly at war? Is there life beyond Earth? When is the second coming of Christ? Why does Bryan Potter play a Munchkin in The Wizard of Oz if he’s 6’4”. All very important questions. One day at lunch, I proposed a riddle to my lunch table. I had seen this riddle on YouTube a couple of weeks prior. The riddle goes as follows: if…

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    Essay On School Lunch

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    7/10 of teenagers do not feel satisfied, nurtured, and well fed after eating Vanden High School's school lunch? Well, I’m sorry to break it to you, but it’s true. VHS school lunch needs a boost in portioning. Every day I find myself struggling to focus and concentrate due to the lack of sufficient amounts of food. I am positive that numerous other students have the same opinions on the matter. One school day I was feeling particularly hungry, so I made off to lunch and got what they were…

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    Open Campus Lunch

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    We all know that school provided lunches aren’t very good, so why not leave school for lunch? Students are always complaining about how bland as well as small school lunches are, so the best option to fix these complaints is to have an open lunch. Food isn’t just a basic component of survival, it’s also one of the many things that makes life enjoyable; but school lunches are neither nutritious or pleasing to eat. Open lunch should be allowed in Augusta High School because there are many benefits…

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    time. Most of the school lunch food does not satisfy the grumbling stomach of a hungry high schooler. Many students choose to not even eat the school lunch. Also, school lunch does not hold you for the rest of the day. It barely holds for the next period after. Everyone knows it is hard to stay focused on an empty stomach. After being in class for hours, sitting in a drab cafeteria dawdles the day. If students were allowed to leave the school for lunch, then they could eat what they like, enjoy…

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    Student Lunch Case Study

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    depending on their preference, which is a reason as to why it generally takes an average of 10 minutes for a student to attain their lunch tray. Within the problems caused by the lack of food variety is the length of the lunch lines and the time it takes for a student to obtain a plate. Not only do students have to wait in long-lasting lines, not all are assured that they will get lunch, seeing as food runs out several times a week. Although the school has been attempting the method of taste…

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    List of sentences which we suggest you should consider to rewrite to improve readability of the text : In No Lunch Left Behind by Waters and Heron, published in the New York Times, they discuss how spending for lunches is being put towards things in the actual cafeteria; for example the air conditioning and refrigeration. This idea of not eating the school lunch is mirrored in Waters and Heron’s article where they indicate that the school lunches are not healthy and delicious which is most…

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    Fed Up With Lunch Analysis

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    Sarah Wu’s book, Fed up with Lunch, discusses the horrendous problem outcomes found inside of a lunch system in a large Elementary School in Chicago that may include the true time that is given to eat the lunch, the unexpected nutrition found inside of every dish given, as well as the truth of keeping all the nutritional facts away from the public. Looking at the statuses of each school around the nation, it can clearly be stated that each school is different, however looking towards the fact…

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    School Lunch Outcry Dr. Huff, Many students look forward to their lunch period as a chance to eat, socialize with their friends, and take a break from classwork. Although for many students this is not a social event, school lunch is their only meal of the day. Recently, students have begun to dread lunch because of the quality of food. They are starving throughout the day because of the poor quality of our lunches. The lunchroom staff is given the bare minimum to produce our lunches. We know it…

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    The term “school lunch,” has had a negative connotation ever since I can remember. There’s much more to school lunch than gourmet salads or mystery meat. All over the United States schools serve lunch to a variety of different students, with different backgrounds, age groups and income. Just in one school the systematic arrangement of the lunch ladies and the policies set in place are just tiny specs of a much larger picture. The fact of the matter is, as children are developing they are being…

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    (Hoyland, Dye, & Lawton, 2009, p.221) Moreover, there will be documented evidence shown, that proves when children eat a hot breakfast before a test, their scores will go up. (Mahoney, Taylor, Kanarek, & Samuel, 2005, p. 636) The United States offers free and reduced price breakfast and lunch to children that qualify based on a program started in 1946. President Truman understood the importance of feeding children when he signed the National School Lunch program into existence, (Gunderson, 2014)…

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