Cafeteria Essays

  • School Cafeteria Food

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    Have you ever tasted school cafeteria food? I don’t think you would want to. In school story books, do you have characters saying that the food tasted good at school cafeterias? Nope. Why is this? Cafeteria food is often cheap, bought in bulk, high in calories, malnutritious, and microwaved. Student polls and opinions prove this. Therefore, this leads to a suggestion: Healthier, tastier foods and a better, advanced lunch system should be implemented. First of all, students aren’t motivated to eat

  • The School Cafeteria and Social Interaction

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    and hatched in the cafeteria. Students go to the dining hall to get the food their bodies need for proper nourishment. But, food is by no means the only thing that students get at the cafeteria - they are also served with social interaction. The cafeteria is a place which some students love and which others dread. It is generally an integral part of children's social lives from elementary school all the way into college. Why is the cafeteria so important? Because, in the cafeteria, popularity is determined

  • Student Cafeteria Business Plan

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    a light when the wait time has exceeded two minutes, respectively. I also recommend that the layout of the cafeteria be changed. The new layout will give us better organization of the lines in order to decrease confusion. Background Students have been complaining about the long wait times at the cafeteria. I observed and collected data on customer traffic in the cafeteria. The cafeteria is most inefficient during the rush hour, 5:00pm-6:30pm, however breakfast and lunch hours do not experience

  • Unhealthy Cafeteria Food in the Public Education System

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    school cafeterias are striving to offer students better lunch options in terms of both nutrition and taste. Do you think eating cafeteria food is unhealthy for you? Nearly 20 percent of children in the U.S. have been diagnosed with obesity. Some of the blame for this comes from cafeteria food and a lack of exercise. Every day millions of students around the world eat lunch that is served at school. Numerous factors lead to unhealthy eating in schools and on campuses. I think that cafeteria food is

  • Home Lunches Are Better Than Cafeteria Food

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    When your looking into weather you want your child should eat food from home or the cafeteria, or whether they should pack lunches from home, there are lots of things to consider. While considering these options, I learned those lunches that are packed from home are much better for the child. School lunches are expensive, and home lunches are healthier. Also, home lunches teach children about being responsible and it teaches them how to take care of themselves. Thse thing are important because they

  • Decreasing the Wait Time for Cafeteria Food at Howard University

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    different food options added that serve different options because as of now the food lines operate on a schedule with the same food options every week. Another recommendation would to be expanded the cafeteria as a whole. As of now Howard University as roughly 10,000 undergraduate students, the cafeteria can barely hold 800 students comfortably. This will also cause the café to have better organization of lines in order to decrease confusion. Howard students have been complaining about the café for

  • Should Students Have Off Campus Lunches

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    because their will be better quality of food other than the cafeterias, also the quantity of the food, and the logistics of the cafeteria. The quality of the food is very poor. It tastes fake. The amount of food the students get on their tray, without buying extra, is the amount that would be fed to a five year old. Not everyone can eat in the limited amount of time allowed to eat and there is not enough space for everyone to sit, and the cafeteria is really loud with the amount of students required to

  • An Unforgettable Person

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    An Unforgettable Person Parents are–or should be–the teachers of their children in many areas, a natural relationship of handing down what they have learned to their offspring. But there is something special about the profession of teaching where an individual chooses to make an impact on students ,they hardly know on Day 1 of class and yet they have a goal of sending those young faces on their way to a well-rounded education in the 180 or so days they will have them in his or her care. At

  • Saturday Night Vs. Old Country Buffet

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    I was anything but bored. Ready to start jumping as soon as I got there, I raced into the cafeteria and brought my friend , Jimmy , with me. I had never felt so energized at a social event. I felt as if the music was literally flowing through my veins, pulsing with every move, and I was...high. But I wasn't. I was normal but I felt like I was high

  • Apology

    519 Words  | 2 Pages

    inappropriate behavior on (what ever date you want here) in the cafeteria. It was very rude for me to laugh while you were speaking, there was no humor in what you had to say. I would also like to apologize to the teachers, I’m very sorry, it will never happen again. My unnecessary behavior as totally unacceptable. This essay taught me to fully respect my teachers, and peers. There is no excuse for why I acted like I did in he cafeteria. I am completely responsible for my own actions. I was in the

  • The Pros And Cons Of School Lunches

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    real meat. which is served to over 31 million kids a day. School cafeterias are not being inspected as requirement by Child Nutrition. 8,500 school across the country did not have a inspection in their kitchens. Another 18,000 did not have a two a year yearly requirement inspection. USDA is required to inspected school cafeterias twice a year yearly. For resources school cafeterias are often not the main top priority. The cafeterias inspections are not free of money and it is not automatically provided

  • Essay On School Lunch

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    What are our kids eating while at school? This topic is important to me due to my kids starting kindergarten this year. After my daughter came home from school and informed me that her lunch served to her in the cafeteria made her “tummy” hurt, I decided to ask around about the food they serve. After talking to a few moms, who by the way are on the school board insisted that I pack her lunch every day because the food is absolutely disgusting and far from healthy. One mom told me she refuses to allow

  • College Freshman - How NOT to Gain Weight

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    in the consuming of too many snacks. If a student is in a hurry, he or she will grab a pop tart and be out of the door with a 200 calorie breakfast. A student should keep away from the high-fat snacks and concentrate on salubrious foods. At the cafeteria, a student should try to eat salads and attempt to eat new kinds of foods since the buffet has so much to offer. And for food on-the-go, one should try to buy healthy snacks or try to wake up earlier ...

  • Food for Thought

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    much time to realize that our unhealthy habits aren’t just a problem for adults, but that the childhood obesity rates as well as childhood diabetes rates are on the rise. In my opinion, this has a lot to do with what we are serving in public school cafeterias across the nation. On the website Fed Up you can see examples of what’s being served; grease laden pizza, grey mystery meat sandwiches, and a host of other barely distinguishable foods. Schools should be a place of nurturing minds, preparing children

  • Nut Allergies In School

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    students which cause them to sit in the nurse's office and eat in there instead of the lunchroom (Talia). The following quote says that a certain student couldn't go into the school cafeteria when they were serving peanut product because his allergy was so bad “We had a patient who couldn't go into the school cafeteria at all if they were serving anything with tree nuts," Ms. Waldron said. "He had to eat lunch in the nurse's office… It sounds like what they did may not have been the best thing socially

  • Equal But Different

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    prevents them from behaving the same. Difference in behavior from a multicolored society is evident in schools, in society, and in television. Most teenagers only hang around people from their own race. There is evidence of this in the school cafeteria. The cafeteria is split up in two parts. On one side, black teenagers eat with their same-colored friends. On the other side, whites and latinos sit separately in their own tables. Someone might say, “Well, that group sits apart from the other because they

  • A Humourous Ritual

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    the school food from the cafeteria. Everyday when I make my journey across campus and past the cafeteria, I wonder what the intoxicating smell is coming from the building. The fries are not nutritious and are very greasy and salty, the chicken burgers are not cooked thoroughly, and the cheeseburgers are tasteless. The only thing I think is edible in the school is a Coca-Cola. The water in the fountains taste really bad. Yet everyday, hundreds of students flock to the cafeteria to poison their bodies

  • Epidemic upon America’s Youth: Installing Fast-food Outlets in High Schools

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    Fast-food franchises are showing up everywhere, but do these businesses belong in high schools? No! Schools are here to enlighten students for life after school. If high schools promote bad eating habits by placing fast-food franchises in their cafeterias, then how can students eat right and healthy beyond high school. “Children's current levels of fast-food consumption probably are even higher because of an increase in the number of fast-food restaurants and in fast-food marketing since the late

  • The Government Should Not Control What Children Eat

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    purchasing food from a school cafeterias, snack bars, or canteens, or buying food from a vending machine. The nutritional value of these choices can vary widely; traditionally food bought in the school cafeteria is considered unhealthy. But thanks to the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) a federally funded program that provides free or reduced price meals to those who qualify, and the Let’s Move campaign, a national initiative to fight childhood obesity, school cafeteria food is getting healthier

  • School Lunches

    2067 Words  | 5 Pages

    of schools say they've reduced fats and oils in recipes.”(Spake, 2). Choices at lunch range from greasy to unidentifiable. Most students eat school lunches five days a week. So most of the food they eat throughout the week comes from the school cafeteria. Although, the schools do tend to offer healthy choices such as salads, subs, skim milk, and unlimited fruits and vegetables. “Each week Phoenix students are served a variety of fruits and vegetables from guava to grapes and jicima to red peppers