Fed-up-and-do-something Department: 25,132 students report on “true state of school lunch”
This is a terrific example of young people taking charge of their lives, using today’s technology to both link with each other and force big change. YES!
- 71% of students who reported their schools serve unhealthy lunches were not satisfied with their lunches
- There is no major cost difference between nutritious and not nutritious food at schools: 55% of student being served very healthy food report their lunch costing under $2, compared to 55% of students being served food with no nutritional value
- Check out lunches voted TOSS IT by state:
25,132 people participated in our report of the true state of school lunch. The report will be out soon!
Questions? E-mail Farah at email@example.com
Westridge School for Girls, CA
THERE ARE LOTS OF WAYS TO MAKE CHANGE IN YOUR CAFETERIA. DOWNLOAD THE ADVOCACY KIT TO FIND OUT MORE.
Adlai E Stevenson High School, IL
Augustine F. Maloney Elementary School, MA
64% OF SCHOOLS PREPARE ONLY A QUARTER OF THEIR ENTREES FROM SCRATCH – THAT MEANS PREPACKAGED STUFF IS THE MAJORITY OF WHAT STUDENTS EAT. ASK YOUR CAFETERIA WORKER WHAT ON YOUR TRAY WAS MADE FROM SCRATCH.
Quakertown Community Senior High School, PA
ASK A CAFETERIA STAFF MEMBER HOW OFTEN FOOD IS DELIVERED TO SCHOOL (IF ITS DELIVERED MORE OFTEN, ITS LIKELY FRESHER!)