“They really don’t take much risk on the flavor with these things.”
Trade you for a sandwich?
At the end of the day, if they don’t starve or get scurvy, you’re doing fine.
True story: These are sandwiches to make for your kids and enjoy eating yourself.
More than 40 elementary school kids had their lunches taken away because their lunch accounts were in debt.
You might never look at a cafeteria the same way.
“INTERESTING PILE.” Fed Up proves that sad cafeteria food is no match for sassy teenagers.
Students created a parody of the popular hit “We Are Young” in order to protest school lunch programs’ calorie limits. It follows a group of high school students around as they struggle to complete classwork, at Wallace County High School in Sharon Springs, Kansas, and it’s been effective.
Here is a collection of lunches designed by Heather Sitarzewski, made for her son’s daily school lunch
A Scottish 9 year old named Martha has just had a ban on her school cafeteria food blog “Never Seconds” lifted, after a Twitter firestorm. She was banned for taking pictures of her lunch — after her blog drew attention to how much overpriced school cafeteria food can suck.
Make fun of them for being poor? That’s just mean.