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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!)
Biotechnology High School, NJ
Prefer your veggies fresh instead of cooked? Talk to your nutrition manager to keep vegetables raw instead of cooked.
Chatham Central High School, NC
North Andrew High School, MO
Juices high in sugar make you tired - ask your school to provide water or milk instead to help keep your energy up
Metrolina Christian Academy, NC
West Orange High School, FL
Is the fruit on your tray fresh or canned? Ask your cafeteria worker if they can always provide fresh fruit options
Green Valley High School, NV
Southeast Career Technical Academy, NV
Almost 50% of American students are eligible for free or reduced lunch. Ask your principal how many students in your school qualify.
American Senior High School, FL
Ask your lunch lady if foods that are fried can be baked next time