Have you ever wondered if you could ever change the school lunches in the Public schools? Well you’re not the only one, many other people thought about changing the way you eat at lunch and started to change it. Some trials have failed but some have succeeded at the trail for their public school. But some administrators what it to come to all schools, for the fact that they are losing money because kids stopped eating lunches at school. The school lunches impacting more than just the schools money, it’s impacting the students education and after school activities just like sports teams.
Wouldn't it be marvelous if schools had a food court? As excited as that sounds, almost all schools don't have food courts provided. Only the richest school districts provide students and staff an inside food court. However, lunch time is an important meal, and it should be spent the way students like. Whether it is a McDonalds hamburger, or a Panera bread salad special, the students should have the freedom to choose. An open campus lunch for high school students is a great way for the students to have better food choices, to gain more responsibility, and to have more school activities to participate in.
I agree that only nutritious drinks should be allowed at school. Firstly, a large percentage of kids are obese by age twelve. This can be fixed if only nutritious drinks are sold at schools. Secondly, some students may also need the drinks because they may not have access to them at their house. Lastly, students need to stay healthy and active. If schools do not offer the nutritious drinks, some students could suffer from malnutrition and other devastating diseases. Heart disease is a major disease in America, it is responsible for millions of deaths each year. The sugar in pop, and carbohydrates in other popular drinks are the two main causes of heart disease.
Starting Tuesday January 17, 2017 – TODAY - all students must park in the upper student parking lot. This includes late arrival and early dismissal students. We are having to do this because students have taken over the front lot and our visitors do not have anywhere to park.
Many people believe that only nutritious drinks should be offered at school. They claim that by doing this, students will be healthier, and do better in school. However, I disagree with this policy, and would like to convince you why my opinion is correct. Even if you stop selling a particular product at school, students will always find some way to get it from somewhere else. I believe that you shouldn’t only offer nutritious drinks at school because they’re high in sugar, students will bring drinks from home, and students will boycott the vending machines.
Has everyone known that many elementary school students feel anxiety and stress whenever they take quizzes and exams every school year? Do students who consume large amounts of unhealthy foods receive lower standardized-test scores? In recent years, “standardized test scores have been the dominant metric for measuring what public-school students know and are able to do” (Anderson 1). According to an article in The Atlantic, “Do Healthy Lunches Improve Test Scores?,” Melinda D. Anderson discusses the main issues of elementary students’ current health and academic progress. Throughout the well-written article, Anderson successfully utilizes language to argue about the benefits of elementary students’ healthy lunches, establishes her credibility,
For a long time now people have been arguing over whether or not to change up the restrictions to the lunches served in schools across America. Many different arguments have come up in recent years. School officials should not change up the school lunches because some people need more food than others, they should not be able to tell them what they can and can't eat, and finally because it will take lots of time and money to make the switch.
Imagine going to school and thinking, oh boy what am I going to have for lunch today? And all of the sudden you see something you don’t like, so you don’t eat it and then your stomach starts to growl. What would you do for lunch and how would you explain it to your parents after school? Students have been known to not eat lunch at school very often because, for the main reason, they don’t like it. Others say that they “aren’t hungry”, but you never know. Schools should just make the lunch more healthy and taste better. Even though school lunches could potentially make students sick and not feel good, some students say it is disgusting and causes them not to eat and complain because they’re not getting
Their is many obese people in this world, but should it be the school's choice for what students eat. Their is just under a billion people in the United states and although 170 million are estimated to be obese doesn't mean the non obese people have to be put in
Stress has become a major issue for high school students. Many students have seven classes, participate in sports, have after school activities, homework, and need to get an adequate amount of sleep each night. Some parents and outside influencers don’t see the benefits of having a longer lunch period for high school students. Students complain about how long school is now but they don 't have enough time outside of school to complete everything they are expected to. While it is understandable that some parents wouldn’t want longer lunches because it could result in safety issues and students having to remain in school 30 minutes longer than the traditional time, longer lunches would give students a chance to complete homework, get help from teachers, and eat a nutritious meal. All of which are lacked during a school day with a 30 minute lunch block.
“The war against hunger is truly mankind’s war of liberation.”-John F. Kennedy. This war against hunger can be found in all corners of the globe. The United States of America stands by as one of the strongest proprietors of feeding the hungry of the world, yet millions of Americans are going hungry each day. The fact that Americans, home of some of the most obese humans in the world, are going hungry is indiscernible. Today I stand before you to explain why we, as fellow Americans, need to extend help in the growing effort to fight the war against hunger in America. Before learning what you can do to help, we must first understand the extent of hunger in America. Then we will discover the cause of hunger in the United States. Finally I will present several ways you can contribute to the fight.
Many people don’t get the chance to survive and live to have a horrible death. Many people here in the U.S. don’t think that survival is important in other countries. I believe that in order to have a better world, everyone needs to survive and that means ending world hunger. Do you know when your next meal could be the last? Eight hundred fifteen million people don’t have the food they need because they have no job, natural disaster has struck them or they live in very poor spots of the world.
Have you ever had to go to bed hungry because your parent or parents could not afford to feed you? If not, could you imagine yourself going to bed hungry? Unfortunately there are millions of people who do. According to Foodaid.org there are more than 795 million people in the world who do not have enough food to eat in order to enjoy a healthy life. If you do the math, that’s about 1 in 9 people global that deal with the issue of hunger. The majority of our global hunger involves most people that live in third world countries where there’s at least 12.9 percent of the population that is living in poverty.
Yes we most definitely have healthier school lunches there would be no more bullying,active kids, and no obese kids. It would be amazing if the school lunches could be healthy. It would also be a life changing thing for all of the obese kids in the world.
Imagine a school that has multiple healthy school food options, that is worth standing in line for. I think that all schools should have a healthy school lunch. It's very important to have nutritious school lunches so that we can be healthy and have energy during the school day.