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Cafeteria becomes desolate right after 3rd lunch .

Cafeteria becomes desolate right after 3rd lunch .

Cafeteria becomes desolate right after 3rd lunch .

Cafeteria becomes desolate right after 3rd lunch .

Kevin Paquette

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Most freshmen starting out tend to love the school’s lunch, but once they are seniors, they can not seem to even look at it. The school needs to take a more healthy, original approach towards its lunch schedule. One way to achieve this goal could be to diversify its lunch menu.

The school’s lunch seems to have a pattern. On Monday, the cafeteria serves pizza delivered from Cici’s Pizza. Wednesday is Chicken Day, meaning they serve chicken tenders, mashed potatoes, vegetables, and a biscuit. During Thursday’s lunch, corn dogs, hamburgers, and french fries are provided. On Friday, pizza is served once again. For some peculiar reason, Tuesday is the only day the school switches things up! They call it ‘Mystery Tuesday’. With only one day of the week having a different type of lunch, it can get boring quick. This is why the school needs to start switching up its lunch menu.  Rita Canfield (11) needs something to break up the monotony.

“I rarely eat at Bishop Kelley, mainly because I am not a fan of the repetitive lunch pattern,” Rita Canfield (11) said.

Not only is the lunch boring, it is also very bad for you. The only healthy items the cafeteria provides are salads and mixed vegetables. The rest of the cafeteria food is fried or filled with preservatives. One way the school could solve this issue is to get rid of the majority of fried foods from its menu, and replace it with a variety of foods that give someone the nutrients they need to maintain their health, feel good, and have more energy.

“Lack of adequate consumption of specific foods, such as fruits, vegetables, or dairy products, is associated with lower grades among students,” the Center for Disease Control and Prevention claims.

With students not eating or having a lack of nutrition, their grades could start to drop. If the school creates a more nutritious lunch for its kids, it may help out students performance in the long run.

 

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