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    School Lunch

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    no progress at all‚ with the lunch. I’m sorry for saying this but this food is NASTY! It seems like its been frozen for 300 years‚ then cooked. Seriously‚ are you guys trying to kill us? Since we’re not use to this cooking‚ we’re not eating it as much. So try thinking of adding a couple of new foods while you read this letter. Some students at EMS has financial issues that they are dealing with at home. As a result no student would be buying school lunch. Also they may have not gotten

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    School Lunch

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    Imagine trying to make yourself lunch everyday using only $2.95 This is what schools are forced to do on a daily basis in order to feed thousands of children. Schools have to be able to create a lunch for children that will satisfy their hunger‚ using only almost $3 per child. How can we expect our children to be getting the proper and nutritional food with such a small budget? Why aren’t we doing more to to make sure the kids in our country are eating healthy meals while away from home? How can

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    Longer Lunch

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    Lunch is a time during school when students can take a break and enjoy their time. Right now students are eating as fast as they can so they can socialize for maybe a minute or two. Then‚ they spend time talking in class and get in trouble for it. “We need longer lunches!” That is what Dylan Haselhoff‚ a student at Havre de Grace middle school‚ said. The best way to have students talk less in class is to make lunch longer. First of all‚ lunch is the only period in the day where students are allowed

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    Lunch Policy

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    Your school has decided to confine all students to the school grounds at lunch time. Students wil not be allowed to go home or eat out and may only have lunch supplied at the school caterer. As President of your Students’ Association‚ write a letter to your school principal protesting against the new rule. Provide three reasons why you and your fellow students oppose this plan. Dear Principal‚ Bereaving students of choices- A leap in the dark In consideration of the school’s prime principle

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    Open Campus Lunch

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    Eng. III 3 December 2013 Open Campus Lunch Open campus lunch is a controversial topic that can often be “swept under the rug” so to speak. Schools often have closed campus lunch because an open campus lunch runs the risk of after lunch truancies‚ but there are many benefits to open campus lunch they may not realize. More money in Montgomery County‚ more places to eat‚ and longer lunch periods‚ are a few reasons why open campus lunch would be a better alternative. Montgomery Independent School

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    Cafeteria Lunch Food

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    the challenge of either letting their stomach growl and yelp in pain or choosing to devour the abomination that is cafeteria lunch food. The fact of the matter is that more students will decide to eat the lunch provided to them by their campus but‚ are they really enjoying it‚ are these lunches physically appealing to the eye or to the taste buds? When students think of lunch‚ memories of their summer come surging back and the image in their heads is that of a delicious grilled cheese sandwich prepared

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    student population has free-reduced lunch‚ according to High-Schools.com. But what the school of Independence serves for not only free-reduced lunch students but for non-reduced lunch students is not as nutritional as it seems. I believe the school lunch program at Independence does not truly meet to the nutritional standards; it should be altered to make the students healthier and more educated of what they put into their bodies on a daily basis. Under the school lunch program here at Independence‚ those

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    Z Lunch Experiment Essay

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    In Preston High School‚ the students have the privilege of eating lunch outside and on the patio. However‚ the number of students that sit outside varies due to the conditions outside the school building‚ such as the weather. The weather can range from cold‚ 50°F to 60° F which is below an average person’s body temperature‚ and to hot‚ 90° F and above which is above an average person’s body temperature. The “perfect” temperature is considered 65°F to 85°F because it is the closest to an average person’s

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    School Lunch My opinion on school lunches is that it needs to be changed because of many complaints due to the lack of taste and and nutrients needed for the body.As many people know students dislike school lunch and the numbers of students buying hot lunches dropped over the course of the school year which used to average about 330 hot school lunches bought but now its only about 225 which further proves my point.Also the school lunch that they serve is pizza‚ chicken nuggets‚ and tacos.

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    National School Lunch Program Do you like affordable food? What about a healthy meal? “A starving child is a frightful sight‚ ” says Anne Rice during an interview. Some would say that school meals taste‚ smell‚ and look gross‚ but the meals are balanced so that every one is healthy like in the My Plate on www.letsmove.gov. The National School Lunch Program should continue in schools because it helps low-income families‚ the meal is healthy‚ and the school benefits from the funds. The National

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