The Clarion

  • Tim McGraw collapses on stage in Ireland

  • President Trump just released his new school safety plan in which teachers will be armed

  • Helicopter crash in the East River leaves five dead

Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

Two Lunches

images2.publicschoolreview.com/article/462x462/0/435/Longer-Lunches-Smarter-Students-The-Controversy-of-10-Minute-or-1-Hour-Lunch-Periods-ZefXCB.jpg

Two Lunches

Michael Galland, Staff Writer

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






When my friends and I received our schedules for the 2017-2018 school year, we noticed that the lunches had been split up.

Some of my friends didn’t have lunch with me on some days, instead they had another class. They changed our schedules so that half of the school has lunch at 11:06 and the other half has lunch at 12:06. The school also added 12 minutes where the entire school has class to allow for the custodians to clean up the first lunch and prepare for the second one.

After I noticed this change I was a little upset to know that all of my friends wouldn’t be in the same lunch as me. Once I started school, I quickly found myself getting used to the new schedule. Although all of my classes are longer, it basically the price to pay for shorter lunch lines.

The shorter lines are much better for all students at Hawthorne High School. I think the new spit lunches benefit all at Hawthorne High School.

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

    Community News

    Clips For Carter: The Jandoli Edition

  • Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

    Community News

    Clips For Carter

  • Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

    Community News

    HHS Wants to Thank Atlantic Stewardship Bank

  • Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

    Community News

    Hawthorne’s History: A Certain Sandy that Walked our Halls

  • Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

    Top Stories

    Mr. Hawthorne: Alex Zawojski

  • Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

    Top Stories

    Mr. Hawthorne: Laith Matari

  • Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

    Top Stories

    Mr. Hawthorne: Rocco Pecoraro

  • Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

    Top Stories

    Mr. Hawthorne: David Souhlakis

  • Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

    Community News

    Mr. Hawthorne: Aidan Harmer

  • Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion

    Community News

    Mr. Hawthorne: Brian Reilly

The student news site of Hawthorne High School.
Two Lunches at HHS: An Opinion