A Month of School Lunches

As the month of May wraps up I wanted to share with you an overview of the many school lunches my students ate this past month.  I can’t say that any of them were appealing and I’m most certain they can not be considered healthy.  Intentionally looking at what is being served to my students was eye opening and gave me ideas for how we can potentially see a change.  I am excited to work on these ideas, share them with other teachers and hopefully see our next generation become a generation of healthy people.

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  1. mcornelia Said:

    I’ve enjoyed (if you can say that) the posts – so thank you, very interesting and showcases what needs to change. One question I have is that I’ve never seen school lunches all individually packaged like that – and they all appear to be microwaved. Is this a very small school? Government run or private? I would also think the individual packages would really drive up the cost of the food program.

    Thanks again! Keep up the good fight,
    Mike

  2. Mrs. Q Said:

    Wow. Good job. We must have the same supplier because so many of your lunches look like mine. If you don’t mind sharing your location, please email me.

    As a country we are in deep doo doo with our food habits. Schools are the best places to start making changes. Thanks for committing to this cause. I’m going to add you to the links on my website. Let’s definitely stay in touch on these issues.


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