My teenaged daughter and I agree that a better option for high schools would be a modern token-operated automat, a wall of hot and cold dishes back-loaded from a kitchen. They were popular in colleges years ago. Here's a photo: http://theautomat.com/automat_2010.jpg
Never underestimate kids. Give them fresh food options and they will eat.
BTW, the cafeteria ladies at ECHHS are the best.
I'm surprised the article didn't mention the fluoride-thyroid connection. Fluoride is just one of a great many environmental hormone disruptors.
Seems Greenbridge developers and their marketing campaign were at odds. Perhaps counterintuitive to advertising folk is that people who appreciate going green may not find luxury and excess appealing.
A sociopath cannot be reformed. He gets satisfaction from the suffering of others. We can assume he'll learn new tricks in prison and be out early.
No such thing as free valet parking when the hand that takes your keys extends to receive a tip as well.
How many helpers does Ms. Spear have?
Instead of trying to sabotage her efforts, why not mobilize the community service spirit of local teenagers? Many have service hour requirements for h.s. graduation and this might be a fulfilling means to that end.
Bah humbug! Cancel the parties, the music, and the happy singing of small children.
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