Sometimes kids will forget their lunch and need something to eat or they don't have breakfast or have a small breakfast they need something to give them energy for the rest of the day. Also it is good for vending machines to be allowed because it will teach kids the value of money.
Schools should not be centers of profit. Jesus would probably turn the vending machines over if he was around today. Schools should come with healthy snacks and beverages available to all. And it should be free. We have enough profiteering in America today. At least we should keep it out of the schools.
They cost about 8000 dollars to install but the yearly rate is only about 8525 dollars. The price of the maintenance and electric bill costs about 5300 dollars in all which is most of he yearly rate. My claim is that with vending machines in schools, the school will likely go bankrupt
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Vending machines can cause obesity and then cause type two diabetes . At least once a day a student gets a soda in class and without parental allowance, so life threatening causess and no allowance on unhealthy and surgery foods at least once every day and most children will take this chance and get tons of surgery foods
I am still at school andf every day i see students rocking the vending machines and trying to get food out that they didnt pay for. Plus all the time I see something get stuck so students will try to get it out without their money being paid for it.
Most public school generally offer two meals in one day. Breakfast is usually available before classes start and lunch is offered as well. Students, if taking advantage of these meals, should not feel the need to eat extra food, therefore I believe vending machines should be banned from schools. Students shouldn't need access to additional foods, during the school day.
Through out the day I might want a snack. But because of some fat kid I can not. Just because the kid is fat doesn't mean that we should suffer as well. But just because a kid is fat enough to bounce of a wall doesn't mean that vending machines should be banned
The people who say yes probably also buy coffee in the mornings. Maybe put in water and some sodas with very little sugar. I mean the kids don't need nos, redBull or monster energy. Just let them have Pepsi or lemonade. In either case, sodas will never be completely banned.
Kids that didn't eat in the after noon can get something out the vending machine to eat. It will get more kids energy to go threw the day because if kids didn't eat they would not make it threw the day and you would not get your education at all.
Many schools need some extra money for supplies and stuff and this could help with that. Then some kids don't have lunch for school they could buy something from here, or if they forgot their lunch they could get something from the vending machine, then if they didn't pay the school they could buy something from the vm.
Schools should not ban junk food because students like me get hungry during class and need snack before next period so we can get energized again and work through the whole day .If it is because of fat some people aren't fat......That is why I don't think they should ban vending machines
Vending machines should not be banned from schools. Just because some kids are fat, does not mean that all of the student have to suffer. Removing the vending machines will not help the fat kids lose weight as they will just eat a ton of junk food when they get home.
Vending machines should not be banned from schools. This is because of the fact that vending machines provide an alternative way to acquire food for students. Students should be free to get food from vending machines, as the vending machines provide them a valuable service. The vending machines also create revenue.
There are a few reasons that vending machines should not be banned from schools. One of the big reasons is for diabetic children. Sometimes they may have forgotten to bring a snack and need one right away. Also the vending machines do not need to be banned, they just need to include a few more healthy choices.
No, I do not believe that vending machines should be removed from schools. If you have ever been in school, you know that at some point you feel as if you are starving. Vending machines can provide the snack that ties the student over till he or she goes home. It is very hard to concentrate when you are hungry. Furthermore, all students are not obese and vending machines do not have to contain all bad foods, some snacks such as pretzels, can be healthy.
I don't think that vending machines should be banned from schools, but I think that they would set a good example to students by filling it with many healthy foods. This way, students will be able to eat things that are good for them and still have the ability to have some snacks in school.