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Student Opinions on School Lunches

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Student Opinions on School Lunches

School lunch...remains.. at IRHS 10/31/18

School lunch...remains.. at IRHS 10/31/18

Luke Sandoval

School lunch...remains.. at IRHS 10/31/18

Luke Sandoval

Luke Sandoval

School lunch...remains.. at IRHS 10/31/18

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Recently, I had overheard a conversation about how disgusting the slop they served in the cafeteria has been lately. Hearing this, I decided to further investigate the feelings of the 2018 high school students, regarding their lunches.

I interviewed some random students from various grades and here is what they said:

Jordan Underwood, Junior: “They taste bad, there’s not enough food, no nutritional value, they are expensive, choiceless, and I don’t have time to stand in a long line and still be able to eat.”

Riley Lehman, Freshman, “I don’t like them, they’re okay but could be a lot better in taste and portion size.”

Peyton Snyder, Sophomore, referring to lunches in general, was far less diplomatic: “They taste like rat poop.”

Jennifer Silsby, Senior: “I only eat like one of the meals they serve, everything else is disgusting. The cheese on Nachos Grande is diluted.”

Seth Grey, Junior: “I feel they could be more balanced, proportionally, [and] high school kids eat more than middle school kids.”

Kohl Favri, Senior: “They’re okay, but could be much better.”

These results were pretty negative. The biggest complaints were proportion sizes and how bad they taste. Many of the students at Indian River pack a lunch to steer clear of the school’s meals. Altogether, students aren’t thrilled about the choices here at the high school.

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2 Responses to “Student Opinions on School Lunches”

  1. Ashley Torres on November 15th, 2018 10:49 am

    This is why I bring my lunch.

  2. Makayla Parker on November 15th, 2018 10:49 am

    I agree that they should give more food. It is true that us high school kids eat more than middle school kids do. With the lunch they give us at school, I’m still hungry after eating it. This is a good article, I know many people who relate to this, one of them being myself.

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