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Students debate about the pros and cons of school lunch

 

School lunch has always been a controversial topic on whether it is good or it’s horrible. After having students answer a Google form about the food and the cafeteria in general, it is a definite hit or miss in the student body’s eyes. Most of the kids who responded said they did eat the food and or they might eat the food if they know the food they are serving is good.

Some of the food items that are served in the cafeteria are a favorite among the students here at CHS. Pizza is one of the most favorite items including pizza crunchers and breakfast foods. Among the good and the bad, there is a lot of bad through the food that is served. The most common one is the nachos. The cheese is a questionable consistency and the meat that you choose from is also questionable. The snack bar is one of the things that people love the most about the lunchroom. 

The snack bar offers fountain sodas, bottled sodas, water, vitamin water, juices, chips, ice cream, and cookies.  Kids spend their own money on these things usually almost every day. They either bring in their own money or their parents can add money to their account. Cookies and chips are some of the favorite items that are sold. 5B lunch is forgotten about a lot of the time. Kids who have this particular lunch sometimes find that they run out of food, the food is cold and hard. When asked to describe the cafeteria food, the words that were used were, weird, not normal, gross, strange, and trim. The portion sizes are portioned for a toddler. 

 

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Braelynn Scott, Staff Writer
This is Braelynn Scott! She is a senior this year and it's her first year writing for The Kahoki! She is involved with the Student Council, executive board, and multicultural club! She is excited to write about our school sports teams and events throughout the year. In her spare time, she loves hanging out with friends and family, listening to music, and going to football games. After high school, Braelynn plans to be a 911 dispatcher.

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