Some of the kids would pack their lunches, and some just would not eat at all which is worse. Also the kids not buying lunches from the school means not as much money
WHY FOOD ISN'T ALLOWED IN CLASS Food isn't allowed in class because it can get thrown by idiots that won't confess to throwing it causing people to have to write an essay. Food is a distraction in the workplace and people don't take it seriously. To have food in class would constitute as a privilege that most don't get because they’re not responsible enough to hold that much responsibility. Food isn't allowed in class for many other reasons not only is it a distraction but it's messy and can get everywhere depending on the type of food. The food can get on your hands then on the materials you're using which in school is gross because other people are going to use the materials after you.
On the other hand some people think the schools need to change up the menus. They think that the current school lunches is why we have so many obese kids right now. This is not the case because the children who are obese is not only because of the food they are eating it's because they do not get enough exercise. Changing the school lunches overall would not be beneficial because the food they are eating is not the biggest part of why they are obese.
Similarly, educational policies of non-governmental agencies do not always benefit students in need. Oftentimes an institution receives money, starts working, and begins teaching children. However, as soon as the photos are taken and necessary inspections are passed both funds and a person responsible for them disappear (Boo 171). In contrast to public schools, private ones
Therefore businesses should not be permitted to ban people based on their age. It is unjust to ban someone who may have done nothing wrong because of their age. They should not assume all teens are loud and will disconcert adults. He asks the adults a very offending question to those who may go there for a nice study place to “Aren 't you tired of eating lunch surrounded by noisy high school students?”(source 1 10).
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.
[and forced him to be] kept away from the other groups...and worked alone” (Anaya). He was already feeling ashamed and disappointed in himself for not being like the others, but was also called out and bullied into solitude. Cultural difference is another factor in the alienation of the speaker. For example, when it is time for lunch, the other children take notice of his lunch and “laughed and pointed again… and showed [him] their sandwiches which were made of bread” (Anaya). Although the difference was small, the other children in his class used it as an opportunity to mock and single out the speaker.
Sure, all the girls were nice enough, and I had found people to sit with at lunch, but it all just made me miss my two best friends even more. I missed having crazy conversations at lunch, private jokes that only we got, and just having someone to hang out with after school. I had always loved school before because it was a place I got to be with my friends, but this year was different. This year I did not love school. In fact, I started to dread going to school the next day because I felt like an outsider.
As the months passed in elementary school I realized the clothes and food that my friends were eating was much different than mine. People made fun of the smell that came out of my food and I felt embarrassed to eat it with my friends. When I was back in India my friends would complement the food I brought but in Canada is the right opposite. My attitude towards my own food became negative and told my mother not to pack my lunch as I “did not feel hungry in school” . I felt as if what I grew up believing was not how the whole world lived.
(page 17) Shin also didn’t really get along with his parents. In order to try and survive, he stole his mother’s food. “...Shin took as much food as he could from his mother as often as he could. It did not occur to him that if he ate her lunch, she would go hungry.” (page 16) Education in the camp found
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.
I find that this school is slacking in areas that could be easily fixed. For example, the school lunchs are complete wack. They don 't taste good and the portions are terrible. I feel like I 'm being ripped off. I wish they 'd allow us to bring food back into the school/classrooms.
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.
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