Almost forgot the name of my high school is Adrian Wilcox High, home of the thunder if I remember correctly or lightning one of the two but I digress. After the first period of class, which nothing much really happened but explaining school rules and such. I began to realize that high school feels the same as middle school expect there were four times the students than there is in eighth grade; walking down the halls I can feel eyes of the higher grades scoping not only myself but a majority of the other freshmen knowing we are struggling to find our scheduled classes. Lunch finally comes around I start opening up to other students to make and try to make some friends, I remember lunch and after were my favorite times back then my classes were easy and so chill
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. According to the Berkshire Eagle “Open-campus lunch leads to students putting money back into the economy. Local establishments like Teddy’s restaurant would likely be out of business if not for the hundreds of students that pass through their doors every week at lunch.” When students eat at local establishments and fast food chains they are actually helping out their community. Students go out to eat all the time. When they bring their friends to an establishment they help their community grow.
At school, I expect a good lunch everyday day and something that will make me full too. School lunch cost way too much for so little amount of food that we get. It ridiculous, because on the days I am hungry at school, I have to spend over $4.00 everyday just to get a decent meal. I hate when we always have the same food every week. They never make any changes to the school lunch.
This field trip will take 1 day and 16 hours to get there. The bus could stop every 3 to 4 hours for the students to use the restroom or grad a snack. They could bring portable devices to use on the trip if they get bored. The could take pictures of each state the go into. This would be fun and exciting for students because some students can not do anything like this because their parents have to work so
However, there were limitations such as the experiment only took place during lunch time and the exercise only involved running on treadmills. In this experiment, scientists at the University of Alabama took thirty-eight healthy students and were provided with their favorite pizzas. The
Predominantly, constructing a cafeteria will improve the Smyrna campus as a whole. Many students and staff have a full day of classes and having a full schedule does not permit enough time to go off campus for lunch. In addition, there are some students that get dropped off by their family, friends or public transportation and not able to leave during the day. That means some students are bound to stay on campus and limited to the junk food in the vending machines. Poor weather could also limit the students from going out and the cafeteria could be utilized in times like this.
I couldn’t do this every day, just three days out of the week. Being able to go home or go get something to eat instead of eating at the cafeteria was amazing to me, and it also helped my family out financially because I wasn’t spending as much money at the cafeteria as I was when I couldn’t go home during the day. I was eating the food that my mom bought for me to eat from the
Now some schools have this class, but most of them don't. Usually after school and everything, kids go home and their parents are making the food so they don't have to worry about it or they go out to eat. A lot of kids, when they go to college, spend most of their money on food because they go out and buy pizza or frozen pizza or anything and don't know how to save or do anything. If you go on a date they could easily save money by making their spouse a meal instead of going out to eat and spend more money than they should. The class could also teach how to make gourmet dishes with not spending as much.
I can not rely on others to do everything for me. Ever since I was in fourth grade, I have had to pay for everything I wanted. I pay for my clothes, my car, my gas, my insurance, and anything that I would like. Sometimes I envy the people that get everything handed to them, but I am very glad my parents expect me to do these things because otherwise I would not be as independent. I have made a goal to help my mom cook dinner at least once a week so that I know how to make meals when I am out on my own.
It usually happens when I have classes back to back and do not have time for lunch, so I would skip lunch and just have breakfast or dinner, or it would be the other way around and I would have just lunch and dinner and no breakfast because I woke up too late and had to rush to class. I usually do not intend to skip a meal but sometimes it can be hard because I am so busy, but my goal is to be ahead of the game and try to fit a meal in my day so I do not feel sick at the end of the day. When it comes to snacking, I usually pick a snack that is not so healthy. Weather it be a ice cream bar like I stated in my food diary, I think if I ate healthier snacks, it would make me feel better. I do not really eat a lot of veggies or fruits, so I feel if I ate more of those when snacking my body would thanks me more because I am not taking in all those sugars and fats throughout the day.
As I walked into the cafeteria, I caught a whiff of the food being prepared in the cafeteria and thought to myself, “Why can’t we go off-campus to get lunch?” While SLA, the lunch program at Catholic High, provides the school lunches, there could be an alternative solution to this. Unfortunately, students are detained at school during lunch hours and are not able to leave campus during lunch forcing them to be served by SLA or bring their own lunch. If Catholic High School were to introduce an open-campus lunch, students and faculty would benefit greatly. While SLA does provide the lunch at CHS, they do not live up to their standard of “high quality, nutritious, and cost efficient”. On the SLA lunch website, it also states “Our students are
“I wish I had bacon and eggs with a large orange juice,” Logan said feeling as if he was in a restaurant. One, two, three seconds gone by and still no breakfast. So Logan continued to look for his family. He went into the other room, came back and there it was, a plate full of bacon and eggs freshly cooked with a large, refreshing glass of orange juice next to it. Logan felt as if he was a little kid in a disney