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Lion Lunch comes with opportunities, learning curves

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German Teacher Herr Titus sees Lion Lunch as having its own pluses and challenges.

German Teacher Herr Titus sees Lion Lunch as having its own pluses and challenges.

German Teacher Herr Titus sees Lion Lunch as having its own pluses and challenges.

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The Roaring Gazette has been gathering the public opinion on how people are liking Lion lunch and how it has been affecting their clubs, lunches, and grades overall.

German teacher and German Club sponsor Herr Titus says about having clubs during Lion lunch: “It think it has its good and it bad I think that the good are that every student has an opportunity to show up… The bad side is that you don’t have as much time… When you are meeting during school then you have a very limited amount of time, you only have Lion Lunchtime… people need to eat, need to get your food, meet up…so you meeting time becomes an effective 40-45 minutes.¨

¨I have more time to do homework,¨ says Junior Nataniah Guzman

Senior Chris Kitchell offered some suggestions for changes: ¨Just a place for students without a place… like open classrooms, Like hey, here´s a place for you to go that aren’t necessarily academic based.”

Not all students feel positively about the change.

“The lines are too long, I don’t be eating till like five minutes left,” said Junior Jahiem Nichols.

Aelen Archie said,  ¨I kinda do like the other lunch better.¨

That said, many students see the benefit

“I can each lunch better because I don’t have to stuff it all in me at the same time,” said Sophomore Odelia Handy.

Some students see Lion  Lunch as a great opportunity but want students to make it a more positive experience.  Abigail Hobhovik said, ¨If I could change something about lion lunch I would change how loud and obnoxious people are.”

Teachers also hope students use time during Lion Lunch wisely.

“I think that it instills in students a sense of responsibility; it also gives them a choice of what they want to do, and then with that choice they are responsible for whatever comes out of it,” said Spanish teacher, Senora Gaillard.

As you can see there are mixed feelings about Lion Lunch, but it seems that most people can find a positive to having it.

Click here to access other articles in Volume 4, Issue 1 of The Roaring Gazette.

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