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One Minnesota student’s Facebook post has gone viral after she shared a shocking image of a meal in a school and have tried to pass off as a great lunch or dinner – will be asked to officials, a problem which many referred to as a “bowing down” excuse.
Building Holler, a student at Apollo High School in California. Cloud was left feeling both grateful and a “sad” last week after she received her school is considered to be an appropriate meal, and for lunch as well.
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Sitting in a relatively empty drawer was a handful of baby carrots, and a packet of marinara sauce, and – worst of all – an open hot dog bun with melted cheese on it.
“I thank God every day that my family has money, I can’t get enough of it and eat real food,” Building, wrote in her Sep. Item 13.
“There are some kids that are in school that’s ALL THEY GET TO EAT the food, and we were in a hot dog bun with cheese on it. it’s honestly sad to know that we have to go to school, and pay around 3 bucks for something that costs .50 cents to make.”
The post has received over a thousand comments and was shared more than 900 times, which led to outrage by many of the people in the name of the dish is “a sad excuse for a meal.”
“If you’re the school nutritionist” is not in the eye, and who knows what else is on the menu, and I’m not sure that I would have to have a lot of confidence in their judgment is to the fore,” one user wrote. “The children at your school deserve so much better.”
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Another comment reads: “White a loaf of bread, cheese, carrots, and sugar juice… the district’s nutrition needs to be fired.”
“This is an outrage,” one person added.
Asked by the play, and the Pc. The Cloud Area School District, in a statement on their Facebook later in the day.
“Oh dear! We are sub-standard. Tried a new menu item for today’s lunch and we’re hearing it wasn’t a winner. We will continue to gather input from our students on new menu items. Thank you for the feedback!”
A lot of parents were outraged by the apology and the feeling that there was a lack of seriousness.
“It’s ‘oh dear, we are human’ response is a bit condescending, and ridiculous,” one person commented. “No sensible person could have looked at it and thought,” that is, there is a ” new ” menu item. At the very least, be honest in terms of what it was like.”
Another parent added that she chose to make her kids eat at school on a budget, but wanted to do better than this.
“Oops, we goofed’? You know what you’re doing, and the lack of care of the meals for the children. When I was in school, I relied on my in school, have a meal, I am so very thankful that it was before they started doing stuff like this. Those poor, poor children…,” a comment read.
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Holler posted an update saying that she’s in a meeting with head of school regarding the lunch, and were told that they would have to comply with the district’s nutritionist.
“This is the beginning of something that will forever change my neighborhood.”