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Lunch for a school age child is a major part of the school day It is a time for the exchanging of corny jokes and anecdotes for talking with those that you dont get a chance to see during the day and lastly for getting that nourishment one needs to sustain them through the remainder of the school day When you are in elementary school lunch to you is that forty minute break everyday where the teacher makes you stay seated and quiet while you eat your lunch off of that hard plastic tray Lunch for an elementary schooler means food that is mainly prepared by the school and few other options save packing You eat your highly nutritious lunch with an actual metal fork and drank that cartoned milk that always tastes strangely reminiscent of cardboard The teachers that you come to lunch with all sit at two very long tables at the opposite end of the cafeteria as they eat they are watching your every move After your class is finished eating the teacher dismisses you by tables so that one can place their tray where the dish-washing lunch lady is waiting Your teacher is then found impatiently awaiting you and your classmates at the cafeteria doors where she expects a single file line to be formed This can take nearly ten minutes Then it is off again to your class room so that you can restart your studies or to take that ever popular post lunch nap Years past those elementary lunches one finds that the lunches change drastically--You arent forced to walk in straight lines with your teachers to lunch nor are you forced to remain quiet while eating What a difference that makes Lunch for a high school student is that twenty five minute time frame which seems much smaller During this time one can sit with whomever they would like at whatever table pleases them The teacher
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