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Josie Alcott eating her packed lunch on December 11, 2018.  She is seen in the cafeteria at one of the many tables, probably wishing she could be enjoying lunch at a nice restaurant.

Josie Alcott eating her packed lunch on December 11, 2018. She is seen in the cafeteria at one of the many tables, probably wishing she could be enjoying lunch at a nice restaurant.

Bailey Wollmershauser

Josie Alcott eating her packed lunch on December 11, 2018. She is seen in the cafeteria at one of the many tables, probably wishing she could be enjoying lunch at a nice restaurant.

Bailey Wollmershauser

Bailey Wollmershauser

Josie Alcott eating her packed lunch on December 11, 2018. She is seen in the cafeteria at one of the many tables, probably wishing she could be enjoying lunch at a nice restaurant.

Anna Grace Rogers

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Many schools all around Tulsa allow their high school students to have the privilege of going off campus for lunch. Cascia Hall allows senior students every Friday to go off campus and get lunch. It may not seem like a big deal to many because it is just a privilege of getting to eat where you want instead of at school, but what some do not realize is that is could help better the community.

It has become something many students desire to possess. The school is surrounded by many places students could go and enjoy a meal with friends or just to get some alone time as well and distress. This is something that would excite many students. With that being said the community could use this as a privilege and not something that is given to all.

It could be used as something to push the students to better themselves. Just like the free dress at the end of each quarter if a student is discipline free, it could do the same for off-campus lunch. For example, off-campus lunch could only be given to those who do not have excessive tardies, attendance, or bad behavior. Those who have KP or detention would have to stay at lunch, rather than getting to enjoy lunch off campus. It would push the students to better themselves in that certain aspect, which would be great for students who struggle there.

Instead of students having to eat the same exact meals every week, they would get to pick from a bigger selection, as well as a healthier selection too. It is hard to eat healthy at this school and if students were able to eat off campus, many would go to healthy places. Off-campus lunch is something many students would look forward to and find joy in, so why doesn’t the school allow it?

There have been concerns for the safety of the students, but if the school put restrictions on where you were allowed to go and how long you were allowed to leave it could get rid of many of the worries adults have. Overall, off-campus lunch could be a fun and cool attribute to the school, and it is one that should be considered as an addition.

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