Should high school students be able to opt out of a lunch period?

Asked by: Fanny
  • Of course students should be able to opt out of lunch!

    What kind of a control freak administrator is going to force kids to eat lunch - being forced to take a break defeats the entire purpose. Our superintendent is trying to force this on us and it will only hurt the small number of kids who want to opt out.

  • Absolutely, it should be their right.

    Nobody should be forced into a lunch period into the first place. People should have the fundamental freedom to use their time as they see fit.

    It is wrong to forcefully make people conform to a certain way of life. People should be able to live how they want without any restrictions or outside interference.

  • High school students should able to opt out of a lunch period

    Students opt to use the lunch period to take additional classes. Without the regulation, the district will offer more a la carte menus to accommodate students rushing to class.

    "Opting out of the program had nothing do to with politics," said Multer. "It depended solely on what's best for our students and school district."

    In addition, parents will also be able to monitor their students' meals efficiently.

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Diqiucun_Cunmin says2014-03-02T01:52:14.443
Isn't that already possible (by not eating anything)...?

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