Why food is not allowed in class Food should not be allowed in class because it 's a distraction to the person that 's eating and the people around them. Kids shouldn’t be eating in class it 's rude and you should be paying attention to the teacher so when you 're eating you 're not paying attention. People seem to think they need to eat all the time when in the past kids would say there hungry and there parents would say wait for lunch or dinner. If you have no time to eat then you need to manage your time better and work on your organization skills.There would be much more talking in the classroom and they might leave there trash in the classroom or put their gum under the table or desk. It disturbs the class and upsets the teacher but if
(WhatsForlunchNyc.com, 1) Researchers have found that another reason why school lunches effect children is because the school lunches don’t provide enough nutrients. (Dr.Axe.1) many companies are contributing to this crisis they might not think so but they are the ones that deliver the food to the school for the kids. A lot of people also fail to realize that a la cart also plays a major
Kids aren’t buying the better-for-them options in the cafeteria, and that’s leading to a drop in revenue for some schools.¨ So the better choice would be to cut junk food out since keeping it obviously isn´t teaching them anything. If we take the better route and drop junk food, that may not only be beneficial to our generation, but be beneficial future generations to come. them how to make healthier choices, but it just isn't working. As another health article that talks about why schools are dropping certain health programs, it states ¨3% were considering abandoning the
So why can’t the teens go out for lunch too? Well often times teenagers are seen as irresponsible, but this is not always the case. There are tons of responsible teens out there that could handle leaving school for lunch. Sometime the teens don’t even want to go out to eat, sometimes they just need a break to recharge. Off-campus lunch provides money for our community, the students mature and learn to become responsible adults, not to mention they get a nice break from their learning environment.
The school lunch program was not planned well. The government spends 12 billion dollars a year on the school lunch program and the cost is only rising. Many schools take advantage of the program and give the whole district free meals while in reality they are only supposed to give it to the children whose parents have a low income and are under the income line. Many of the cafeteria workers are not qualified and they lack the proper training to meet the requirements put by the government instead of training the workers they continue to not follow the rules, not because they do not want to because they do not know how to. Instead of the government taking away the funding they continue to fund the program and let these things occur.
The “Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010” was created to decrease the percentage of obesity of children in America by creating healthy, nutritional school lunches which are provided for children during the school day. Not only are their more variety of fruits and vegetables, students are given more nutritional lunches to help promote development and growth in many areas such as cognitively and physically. It is important for educators and parents to understand that children need nutritional and healthy diets in order to develop. Not only is this act creating a healthier short-term solution by decreasing obesity, but it also is helping equip students with the knowledge and eating habits in order to stay healthy as they continue to
As a senior at Patrick Henry High School (PHHS), I am greatly concerned with the inadequate fulfillment of public school children’s dietary needs and the poor quality of school lunches. The lack of the necessary components from the meals provided by the district shows the scarcity of care towards students. By purchasing local, fresh produce from San Diegan farms, the nutritional value of meals would be greatly enriched; furthermore, it would lead to a reduction of costs and an effort to prevent childhood obesity. Poor eating habits instigate the enervated physiques and well-beings of students. In order to deter from these detrimental results, support from the district is crucial.
When they get to school, they see that there are fourty students, while the classroom designed for twenty. Many of them have no books and notebooks. In some cases parents think that education is not the real key to exit from working-class into upper. So as following, impoverished people do not value education Other thing is psychological part for working-class children. Lack of cultural experience, like attending restaurants, theatres etc.
Just because these families fall outside the income guidelines of the program does not mean they are able to pay for the meals. A lot of families that are over income still struggle to afford the school meals. In spite of taxpayers and Title 1 funding objections, states should elect for universal free meals within our public-schools because of health, esteem, and academic advantages. Advantages Universal
She also states that giving students unhealthy food products, such as candy, as prizes for good behavior or answering a question is merely absurd. Another important point she stresses is that healthy foods fill kids up for a longer period of time and students will be able to perform better in the classroom if they are not hungry all day long. Obviously she knows that health all starts in the home and a child who eats unhealthy foods all the time at home will reach for unhealthy foods at lunch, but she states "...it doesn't make sense to advertise and market unhealthy food to children at all, much less in schools" ("First Lady"). Michelle Obama stands for the health of children and will continue to push healthy diets and exercise programs for the rest of her
It is spending money that we don’t have for a lunch with fruits and vegetables that we just throw away (4)”, students do not want just spend their money on food that is not even the half of the food they used to get in the previous lunch program, counting the price the lunches are higher and students are not happy with it. In addition, some students are choosing to get junk food, because the new federal lunch program do not appetize them “it was kind of ironic that we are downsizing the amount of food to cut down on obesity but kids are going and getting junk food to fill their hunger (6)”, so even if the federal is trying to involve the students to eat healthy, students would always pick the option more accessible for them, and that will fill their
Many say the food is dry and has bad portions. Sophie Henderson thinks it is worth the money for bagels but not the other choices. In conclusion, the school district has made major changes to the school lunch program to save money, but those changes have changed students thoughts on the quality of the
She is trying to bring this program to the entire district, which would cost another $6 million. Another program that is becoming more popular is connecting school cafeterias to local farms. There is funding available for this but it has not yet been utilized. Overall the authors are saying that the Hunger-Free Kids Act is not helping with hunger or childhood obesity. They believe there is too much money being put into this program without considerable results.