The reason that cheez-Its are banned from the cafeteria is because somebody threw one at Mr. Carter. It was so funny because it went in his mouth. When he spit it out it landed on Ms. Weisgerber. She was so grossed out because his retainer fell out with it. The teachers have been interrogating us individually to try and find out who the little punk is.The person that did it would have two weeks of ISS. One day Mrs. Conway went to Mr. Carters office and told him it was her. He gave her a swat and two weeks of ISS. The next week A student went to Mr. Carters office and told him it was them. He gave the student A swat and two days of ISS. The following weeks, students and teachers were coming in to Mr. Carters office and telling him that they
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It’s easy to understand why some of the parents and faculty members of the students at Oak Creek High would not agree with an open-campus lunch. They may believe that the student body is not ready or capable for handling the privileges of an open-campus lunch program. Yes, there’s the risk of students skipping out of school for the rest of the day with no return, if they have the privilege to leave campus for lunch. Also, some students may abuse the privileges of an open-campus lunch and skip out even if they don’t have a pass ID or parental consent. When those students deciding to skip without a pass get stopped and questioned by a school resource officer, they may get a loitering ticket depending on where they go when they skip, as well as a truancy
On November 14, 2015, Cheez-Its were banned for the rest of the year in the school cafeteria. A table of 8th graders weren’t paying attention to who was around them, which happened to be the principal. They were throwing a whole box of Cheez-Its across the cafeteria, attempting to start a food fight. It started as a small problem, but after 2 minutes, the whole middle school was throwing food around. It was getting out of control. The principal attempted to bring an end to the chaos, but he had no success. Soon, all of the teachers entered the cafeteria to assist the principal. Nobody could stop the mess, so the students kept throwing Cheez-Its. They weren’t aware of what was coming next. “If this goes on any longer, the whole school will have
Cheez-It Crackers is a brand of processed baked crackers, owned by Kellogg's, made to be enjoyed for snacking, dipping, etc. Cheez-Its were introduced in 1921 and had previous owners: the Green and Green Company in 1919 and the Keebler Company in 1996. They’re cheese based crackers with their original and first box being “100% Real Cheese” (cheddar cheese). They have created a variety of different flavors since their first product: Pepper Jack, Italian Four Cheese, Reduced Fat, Whole Grain, and much more. I decided to choose Cheez-it Grooves Hot and Spicy Cheddar “made with 100% real cheese” and 2.87% real everything else. Cheez-it Grooves Hot and Spicy Cheddar has over 30 ingredients; way too many ingredients, in my opinion, for a 1-inch
When Mr. Carter came walking into the cafeteria, everybody was covered in food stains. In contrast, Mr. Carter asked who started this chaos. Nobody said anything to Mr. Carter. Therefore, Mr. Carter told everybody in a concise manner to get their
On December 23rd, Sylvanus Thayer, the Academy's Superintendent, hosted a Christmas Party at his home. There some Cadets, but more of the higher ups were there and they sipped on some fine red wine and discussed some of the issues that were happening on campus. At the same time the Cadets in North Barracks began party planning, you know, who to invite, whose bringing dip, watch drinking games to play and so on. But really what they were doing was stealing food from the mess hall so they could have a nice spread for their guests. While doing this, the observant Cadets in the South Barracks found out about the party and well, they planned to crash it.
School lunch rooms have been evolving over the last decade. Healthier food choices and better-quality food are just two of many improvements happening inside school cafeterias. Although school lunch rooms are making various positive changes, there are still negative consequences for some students. Most students can go through the lunch line and not have to worry about the cost of the meal and whether they have enough money to buy a hot lunch. On the other hand, some students are constantly worrying about not being able to eat lunch due to the price. According to a CNN article titled “School Lunch Shaming” by Heather Long, “…an alarming number of American youngsters still can’t afford a $2.35 lunch, despite the dramatic expansion of free and reduced lunch programs” (paragraph 1), which demonstrates the struggles that these low-income families face when it comes to buying their student school lunches. Staff working in cafeterias have started to “shame” those students by taking away the student’s food and giving them a bag containing a cheese sandwich and milk to those students who are unable to afford their lunch. States such as New Mexico are taking a stand against school lunch shaming and have banned lunch shaming completely. Long also explained that, “The USDA is urging districts to stop “embarrassing” and “singling out” students who don’t have enough money for lunch” (paragraph 9), which further demonstrates the lengths people are going to solve the lunch shaming issues.
Cheez-its are no longer allowed in the cafeteria. I found a note on the door saying it was from the incident on November 14. I think it was from those two kids who stole all of the cheez-its from the cafeteria. The day before the incident I overheard them saying that they were going to sneak in the cafeteria and grab the boxes of cheez-its. Of course I thought they were just making a joke,but the next day the lunch ladies were asking the principal if they seen anybody take the cheez-its. The principal didn’t see anybody, so he check on the security camera.When he checked the security camera, it was broken. The principal asked everybody if anybody saw anything, but everybody said no. Then the principal asked those two boys and boys were a little
The reason why there are no Cheez-Its in school is because the government said that all kids are doing these days is getting fat. People are complaining that when kids are going to school kids get tired very easy. So the government and the President decided that at school they are going to eat healthy foods. In the foods there will not be salt in the food, but the school said you can bring your own salt that's if your parents let you bring it.
On a dark stormy afternoon, an insubortenent and unruly 23 year old chemisty student named Billy Bob ( Also known as the Big Boom), sealed the official school document, banning cheez-its for life. It's thanks to this boy that we no longer have Cheez-Its at San Jacinto College. If he would just think before acting, and obey his chemistry teacher, these cheesy crackers would still be munched on by students all over the school all day and night
As of November 14, Cheez-its are not allowed in our school cafeteria. This is because of the incident that occurred recently. It all started when David launched a spoonful of chunky soup across the table and hit Brice right in the nose. Immediately, the words “food fight” came out of Raymond’s mouth. The cafeteria turned into a jungle and food was flying everywhere. There was pizza, cupcakes, cookies, pickles, and much more flying all throughout the cafeteria. Even some of the teachers decided to join in. Mr.Carter couldn’t stop all of the chaos, so he left the cafeteria to go get help. While he was gone, the cafeteria became so messy that you couldn’t see anything but food flying all across the room. Suddenly, a cluster of Cheez-its flew through
In particular, one student was extra rowdy, she decided to start a conflict. Jaycee Taylor chucked her cyclone, at her classmate. She then threw her ice cream at Jake Bowling, who then screamed food fight at the top of his lungs. At that moment, the flubs employees knew that
As I made my way to the cafeteria, there was a big broad sign that said, “ Due to the incident on November 14 Cheez-its are no longer allowed in the cafeteria.” As I walked pass the sign I ran into my friends Logan Boggs and Brayden Sanders.
Today the cafeteria ladies said that we can't eat Cheez-its in the cafeteria anymore. They banned them because a Cheez-it war broke out. They were flying around the cafeteria. At first I thought they were bullets!
Cheez-its are no longer allowed in the cafeteria because kids always step on them and crush them. The last time I went to the cafeteria, the floors were covered in the little orange crumbs. There was a giant cloud of orange dust floating around the room. The cafeteria ladies were very tired of cleaning up the crumbs, so they decided to just ban them all together. The kids have put this punishment upon themselves. I personally don’t blame the lunch ladies. I’d get tired of cleaning up all that mess everyday if I were them too. I don’t understand why these kids can’t just keep their food either on their plates or in their mouths. The whole thing got started when a 6th grader, yes you heard me right it was a sixth grader, decided he didn’t wanted
The quality of fast food is much better than the quality of food the cafeteria serves. Millions of pounds of meat served by the cafeteria to children fail to meet quality standards imposed by fast-food outlets. To prove that cafeteria meat isn`t good quality look at the number of children who get sick after eating cafeteria food. In San Diego, California at Audubon Elementary School at least 22 elementary school students were feeling nauseous, vomiting and suffering abdominal pains after eating lunch in the cafeteria (Powell, Monica Garske Brandi. "22 Kids Sickened at School Cafeteria." NBC 7 San Diego. NBC 7 San Diego, 11 Apr. 2017. Web. 11 Apr. 2017). In this example it`s showing the effects of children eating school lunches. People do get