My School Lunch Box Essay

“What did you bring for lunch?” “Mummy packed me a box of surprise for lunch”

This is what lunch bell used to be about. A wait since morning and then a box which would delight us with the delicious delicacies of mother’s home made food. Let us remember and thank our mother for the wonderful time she gave us. She gave us the joy of sharing and made us have a wonderful time with our friends.

We still as children or adolescence or adult love lunch box. It’s a mother’s love which is packed in that lunch box. A love which would fill our tummies to the fullest.

I still remember the time when mummy used to pack me my favourite food all the time and how later on I would go and tell her that the lunch was delicious and we shared our lunch and how I also tried other lunch boxes which were also delicious.

“A lunch box is something which makes us know that how our mother’s have devoted time for us. So folks, let us remember the time spent in the past or a time still present all day and thank lunch box which made it all wonderful... />

Lunch Time Essay

Lunch Time

The students of Snow Canyon Middle School desperately need there time away from school.
To unwind from tests, teachers, school work, and learning. All those subjects are very stressful in a young teenager’s life. Our lunch hour is the only hour from 8:00 a.m. to 2:50 p.m. that we have that we can just get away from school, and relax and have fun.
This is why we must fight for a longer lunch hour.

My friends and I are always rushing down to lunch, which takes time out of our unwinding. Then we have to run like the wind back up to the school. And running after eating isn’t a great idea. Especially, if you had burger bar. This rushing and stressing over tardie's doesn’t help with the rest of the stress that you get from teachers and all the school work you have to do. Not only do the students want a longer lunch hour, I know the teachers would love to have that extra special time away from the world, and relax and get away from all of the rascals that they have to deal with. Besides those reasons, Tardie’s is the one and only thing that hurts the students the most.

Mr. Gubler agrees that we need to have a longer lunch hour. Because, if you looked at everyone's tar die’s in the whole school, most of the tar die’s would be in their 6th period. All because of the lack of time that we have to walk down to wherever you eat.
And eat chitchat with your friends and walk all the way back up to the school. Does the school board really think we can do all of that in a half an hour? I mean really, do they remember how hard...

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