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Lunch Off Campus? (Sept)

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Should we be allowed to go  off campus to eat lunch?

The answer is yes: there is no reason students that can drive can’t go off campus. Being allowed to go off campus can let students who are either unable to or won’t eat the school food get something to eat. It also allows students to bond with their classmates by’ grouping’ together to get food.

My friend is lactose intolerant, so he has to buy something else to drink. This is in addition to his meal.  Another friend can’t eat gluten, so she brings her own lunch because she doesn’t want to eat a salad every day of the week. Both of these can be solved by a simple trip to Zaxbys. The wings are gluten free, and there is no lactose in chicken.

I know the risks that come from allowing students to leave campus, but I think it should at least be discussed at the district level.

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