Instead of taking a chance that her boys might not see a note packed in their lunches, this mom is going with a less discreet way to show her love during the school day! Jenn Aguilar decided to treat her sons, Kale, 14, and Konnor, 12, to daily decorated lunch bags complete with colorful drawings and funny puns. Show More Summary
Fadwa Sarsaur, 51, worked at a Falls Church elementary school.
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San Francisco Schools Stop Teaching Algebra in Middle School ow.ly/D2Cv100cfEP Can ‘early warning systems’ keep children from dropping out of school? - The Washington Post ow.ly/XUTE301wdl4 School's Out, But Lunch Is Still On - The Kojo...Show More Summary
Weeks after most school districts dismissed students for summer break, 45 varieties of pre-prepared sandwiches are being recalled from 38 districts because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Let’s Do Lunch Inc., doingShow More Summary
His office won’t confirm it, but unexplained expenses from Rep. Duncan Hunter’s campaign account may have gone to buy lunches for his children at their private school in El Cajon. Hunter campaign reports filed several weeks back listed $1,300 spent with Ki’s restaurant in Cardiff-by-the-Sea in...
Dozens of residents of a Wisconsin city offered their opinions on whether or not a public park situated near a high school should allow a parent-led weekly event called the "Jesus Lunch."
This busy teacher and coach needs more fuel than an apple and school lunch. The post One Bite at a Time—How Promax Gets Me Through the Day appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Great news for everyone who hates children: an elementary school in Alabama just stamped a child's arm with the phrase "I need lunch money!" Ugh that smiley face is so passive-aggressive. Jon Bivens didn't think much of it at first when his third grade son came home from Gardendale Elementary School with a smiley face stamped on his arm. Show More Summary
A third grader at an elementary school in Gardendale, Alabama was sent home with a stamp on his arm reading "I Need Lunch Money." The message was intended for his parents, who are outraged the school didn't alert them to the issue in a more discreet way. Show More Summary
An Alabama elementary school has a novel way of letting parents know their kids' lunch accounts are running low: they put a big black stamp on the kid's arm, reading 'I Need Lunch Money!' What's the big deal? It doesn't say 'Will Work For Food.'
For me, proctoring is the very least rewarding task I perform. I used to feel that way about lunch duty, which some people thought was a great way to know the students. But when you work in a school of over 4,000 and they're running in and out of this huge room, the chances of sitting down with one or more of your students is close to nil. Show More Summary
Five things to know today 'Tis the season for graduations, and the Obamas had a celebratory lunch at Café Milano in Washington, DC on Friday following Malia's high school commencement ceremony; the restaurant is perhaps better knownShow More Summary
A favorite school day lunch on our farm probably isn't what you might expect. We enjoy a homemade version of Pho, the Vietnamese rice noodle and rich broth soup, that includes amazing seasonings and plenty of filling ingredients. I have to stop you right now if you are a purist.
The frozen food firm linked to an ongoing Listeria outbreak is a supplier for the federal school lunch program and had been operating with food safety violations since at least December 2014 — as documented by state and federal agencies. Operations continued at CRF Frozen Foods despite the violations. The company is subject to inspection... Continue Reading
See if you can handle this sentence:A group of public school bus drivers in Tennessee were honored at a reception in a local Christian church, where they recited a pre-meal Christian prayer, and everything was organized by Hawkins County Board of Education Chairman Chris Christian.
Phillip Middleton writes: My wife is a 5th great teacher, in Texas, in a title I school (free lunch, other subsidies, poor and emotionally disturbed kids, CPS cases, you name it) on the west side of San Antonio. There are a number of...Show More Summary
When you're eating lunch at Chicago's Academy for Global Citizenship, the food will be from just outside. In a couple of years, when third graders at a Chicago school go to math or science class, they may head outside to the school's new urban farm. Read Full Story
Warning: the video below contains uncensored images of pornography, definitely NSFW. Kids at Montgomery Blair High School had a very "educational" lunch on Tuesday. Students honored the age-old tradition of the senior prank by streaming...Show More Summary