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by Mrs. Allen and 2nd GradersCathedral of St. Raymond School, Joliet, IL
Lunch at St. Ray's
Lunch at our school is broken into 4 groups: grades PreK-1, 2-3, 4-5, and 6-8. The students in 2nd grade are participating in this project and I took pictures of their lunchboxes and what they had for lunch on a typical day.
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Almost every day, students bring their lunches.


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Although there's a lunchroom, there isn't daily hot lunch.


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Once a month, our school has "hot lunch day" where the Home and School Association orders hot meals from local restaurants/fast food places like McDonalds, Burger King, and Hey Hot Dog!


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Students have the option to bring their own drinks or order milk (one kind).


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A student's lunch typically has fruits, sandwiches, yogurt, chips, and snacks.


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Sometimes they bring hot soups and foods in a thermos.


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The students were also able to see lunches from different places:

Denmark: Vonsild School, Kolding - Class 1A - http://vonsildskole11.blogspot.com/ - Stefan Nielsen - @snskole
Greece: Winners Education, Athens - http://winnerseducation.wikispaces.com/ - Effie Kyrikakis
New Zealand: Hamilton East School - Room 14 - http://room14-hes.blogspot.com/ - Anna Gerritsen
Taiwan: Fo-Gong Primary School , Kaohsiung -http://workonlittledreams.blogspot.com/ - Lin-Lin