The Poor Service of the Hall High School Cafeteria

Sam Lumelsky and Noah Kallor

Hall High School students are going hungry. Small portions of the cafeteria lunch have left people with growling stomachs impairing their ability to focus in class. Furthermore, it is difficult to purchase a second meal due to how early the cafeteria staff stops serving food to prepare for the following lunch wave. Additionally, the inefficient rate at which lunches are served creates the build-up of long lines cutting students’ time to eat in half. In order for students to perform at an optimal level in class, they require adequate meal portions and enough time to consume these meals. Without a well-ordered cafeteria, students will no longer be able to rely on school lunch.