Summit High School Lunches

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Summit High School Lunches

Students stand in line in the SHS cafeteria

Students stand in line in the SHS cafeteria

Students stand in line in the SHS cafeteria

Students stand in line in the SHS cafeteria

Mea Marzin, Writer

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At Summit High School, lunches have changed many times. There used to be only two lunches, but now the school has three lunches because more students are enrolling at Summit High School. Even though construction has begun to make the school larger, the lunches are still a bit disorganized. Students and teachers spoke about what they believe should or should not change.

When asked what she thought about B lunch, Mrs. Gacnik responded “B lunch is ineffective for teachers and for learners. It is extremely difficult to accomplish the same tasks and work as in another period without B lunch. Also, B lunch is shorter, which is inequitable.” In addition, she recommended that students “Go to class when you are supposed to be in class, go to lunch when you are supposed to be at lunch. Stop trying to get away with not being where you are supposed to be.”

One student agrees that students “need to pick up after themselves and not push in the line.”

It seems both teachers and students would prefer to have only two lunches and agree that work needs to be done about students’ attitude during lunch, meaning everyone should respect the school and those who work in it.

 

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