A lot of people hate the school lunches. A lot of people feel as if the food is gross and not up to their liking. Not everyone likes that school lunches changed quite a bit since Michelle Obama’s Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act was passed. Not a lot of sugar is allowed to be on a tray at a time and almost everything is a wheat product. Lunch isn’t enjoyable anymore and people aren’t loving the lunches we had previously from elementary school.
Imagine you are eating lunch, while you are taking a bite into your sandwich your principal comes outside and tells you that lunch is over. You then go for the rest of the day hungry and unenergized. That is what our schools lunch times are like. What are the benefits of having a longer lunch time? Having a longer lunch time allows us to be full of energy for the rest of the day, have time to talk to our friends, and last but not least we need it gives us time to process what we have learned.
I was only attending half days to begin with due to my brain still healing and not handling stimuli very well. I was given a room where I could eat lunch with my friends. My friends were glad to see I made it back okay but I knew they could tell I was different. I was definitely more quiet and in a depressed sort of state. In the first week after returning I had a seizure at school.
She writes, “My home isn’t far but it’s not close either, and somehow I got it in my head one day to ask my mother to make me a sandwich and write a note to the principal so I could eat in the canteen too” (43). The canteen is the place where only the students who live too far from school go to eat. By saying this, she means that she would like to feel special and have privileges like some of the other kids. This quote is important because in her mind, she thought that having this privilege was a sigh of importance and fitting in. When her plan went wrong and she was yelled at, she realised that her expectations were way too high and that it was not a big
The team that comes last won`t get anything to eat for next 24hrs. The team that comes second last will have to do chores which includes cooking, washing, cleaning and everything. Now you guys sit and have lunch and today`s menu is porridge and omelette." exclaims Scot. "Yay..we get omelette today" exclaims another kid.
About 70 percent of the students in her classroom are Hispanic. Honestly, the day that stood out the most was my first day. I went to the cafeteria to meet the TA Sofia. She didn’t seem well, but she decided to push through the day. Eager to start the day off, I helped her gather the students who were eating breakfast.
Mistrust- I did not trust my other family members. Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt (1-2 years) I usually call this as my crucial stage where I developed a skill of exploring things, I was so naughty in my childhood often I used to go and search something. This is the state I started learning to walk and speak few words like “Amma/Appa” . In this stage I started to develop a trust on my other family members , whenever I was hungry I used to use the word “wowo”, During that state “wowo” means food for me. The important event I learnt during that state was latrine usage.
There has recently been an incident in California a vehicle driver approaches an intersection at which a school bus is stopped and the driver continued hitting the bus and in the end hurting the car more than the bus. That is just a small incidence thing worse than that happens all over the world and its our job to reduce the amount of accidents with school buses and even all vehicle accidents. All states carry traffic laws that specifically require “Obedience to traffic control signals and devices.”This means that drivers must observe and obey all traffic lights and stop signs when operating vehicles. The most common traffic violation associated with traffic control is running red lights and stop signs. Now think in your head why are we as a race, so careless to even protect our own people.
While in between classes I went to the vending machine to fix my hunger I was really craving a bag of chips at the cost of $1.25 I didn't have any change so I put in $2. After getting the bag of chip, seeing the I left the change in the vending machine for the next person use. Later that day, while in class I noticed one of my classmates got a haircut recently and I told him I like his haircut he then replied thank you because he felt self-conscious about it. Finally, to end all the acts of kindness, while on my way to my car I saw a random stranger and just
Imagine you are in middle school and you come across an extra dollar and fifty cents of your lunch money that was not used. Any kid would not have trouble looking around to find the nearest vending machine to invest their newfound fortune in a sugary snack. With childhood obesity on the rise, school meal plans are being scrutinized. Schools all over the country are housing multiple vending machines in their cafeterias and academic hallways. Unquestionably, children spend a majority of their days in the school building.