Students in Vermilion Parish schools eating more healthier

Sep 17, 2012 Read more: www.vermiliontoday.com 8

Students in Vermilion Parish and all over the United States are having to adjust to a healthier school lunch and many, including parents, are wondering what happened to the food on the plate.

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Lee

Abbeville, LA

#1 Oct 10, 2012
The lunches are to small. My children come home so hungry. The food is just terrible. How can anyone say this is better.
Rick

Abbeville, LA

#2 Oct 11, 2012
Eating substantially less? yes, if you consider what is served. What is crazy is that the cafeteria managers are saying its not enough... unless you are at an elementary school. But for high school, its ridiculous. These boys that play football on Friday nights would pass out if this is all they eat.

But what I find terible about this article is the title.... "More Healthier"? its "Healthier".. drop the more.
lunch room lady

Lafayette, LA

#3 Oct 11, 2012
Rick wrote:
Eating substantially less? yes, if you consider what is served. What is crazy is that the cafeteria managers are saying its not enough... unless you are at an elementary school. But for high school, its ridiculous. These boys that play football on Friday nights would pass out if this is all they eat.
But what I find terible about this article is the title.... "More Healthier"? its "Healthier".. drop the more.
Or perhaps this...Students in Vermilion Parish schools eating less, healthier.........

Since: Jan 09

Abbeville, LA

#4 Oct 11, 2012
lunch room lady wrote:
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Or perhaps this...Students in Vermilion Parish schools eating less, healthier.........
Students in Vermilion Parish schools consuming less calories and eating healthier foods has a nice ring to it, nicht wahr? lol

Since: Dec 11

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#5 Oct 11, 2012
I think the school board knows that many more kids will bring their lunch rather than eat rabbit food. Think how much the board is saving on food cost! I bet the kids hate it. The food wasn't all that to begin with Just imagine how it is now.
Geez

Abbeville, LA

#6 Oct 12, 2012
NOTFADEAWAY wrote:
I think the school board knows that many more kids will bring their lunch rather than eat rabbit food. Think how much the board is saving on food cost! I bet the kids hate it. The food wasn't all that to begin with Just imagine how it is now.
Well i have 2 kids in high school an my boy plays fb, they hate the 1% milk in a bag, dont blame em, they can have all the veggies they want, really, its sad cause a lot of food is going to the dump!
miscellanious

Abbeville, LA

#7 Oct 13, 2012
I was told that in an elementary school recently, raw spinach was served, no dressing, no feta cheese, just raw spinach. And a little Vietnamese girl looked up at her teacher and asked "Is this leaves"? Thank you Michelle Obama....you are insane and you continue to prove it. This school is a poverty school 95% free lunch. Some of these students this is the only meal they eat in the day and they throw it away.......once again thank you Michelle Obama?
Reality

United States

#8 Oct 13, 2012
miscellanious wrote:
I was told that in an elementary school recently, raw spinach was served, no dressing, no feta cheese, just raw spinach. And a little Vietnamese girl looked up at her teacher and asked "Is this leaves"? Thank you Michelle Obama....you are insane and you continue to prove it. This school is a poverty school 95% free lunch. Some of these students this is the only meal they eat in the day and they throw it away.......once again thank you Michelle Obama?
They will be gone in January

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