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COMMENTARY By ALANA MARSH STAFF COLUMNIST Many students at Perrysburg High School have come to notice changes in the school lunches over the years. It began gradually with a switch in the kinds of cookies and a reduction in the days french fries were served. Then, as the 2012-13 school year began students came to realize that perhaps lunches would never be the same again. “There is a big push to make sure school meals across the country are offering healthier options due to the growing obesity rate” said Lila Szozda, Perrysburg Schools Child Nutrition Director. This push for healthier option is a good idea on the surface but many students are not satisfied about the ways it is being put into action.
Federal school-lunch rules are hard for some to swallow By JOSHUA M. VALERA STAFF WRITER Students in Perrysburg High School are not happy to see that their most prized time of the day – lunch – has been changed, and not for the better, they say. They have noticed this school year that many items they loved in the lunch line have vanished. Missing from the cafeteria are the cookies and ice cream, and the pizza/Bosco Sticks are now whole wheat, but what students are griping the most about are the missing soups. The missing soups have lead to heated controversy and debate among students. Many students speculate that the school is “out of their mind” as one student put it. However the school is not necessarily the one to blame.