Students Interested in Shorter Lunch Lines

By Ataiya Reeves

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Students wait in line during lunch. Photo by Ataiya Reeves
Students at Joel P. Jensen Middle School think that lines at lunch are too long.

¨I think the lines at Joel P. are way too long. I stand in line for 10 minutes and only have 20 minutes to eat,¨ Connor Mace, a seventh grade student at JPJMS said.

Mace has a solution to make  lunch lines shorter and take less time to get their lunch.

¨ There needs to be more lines. If there are more lines then there will be less people in line so people can get their food faster,¨ Mace  said.

Ashlynn Cooper, another seventh grade student, has a solution too.

¨I think that if we add another lunch then the lines would be shorter. There is only a A and B lunch there should be a C lunch to,¨ she said

Cooper also says that the time it takes for students to wait in line doesn’t interfere with eating.

¨The lunch lines don’t hold me back. I have time to eat and do stuff with friends,¨ Cooper said.

Some kids don’t complain about waiting in line for lunch.

¨I don’t see the point of complaining about lunch lines. It’s a line where you get a break from learning. I like the lunch lines because it gives you time to talk without food in there mouth,¨ seventh grader Kyla Bell said.

¨Really the point of lunch lines is that we get lunch. at least we get lunch,¨ Bell finished.

Overall, students have different opinions about lunch lines, but for now, there won’t be any changes to lunch lines.

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Author: jpjjournal

The JPJ Journal is a Middle School newspaper run by the students and advisor at Joel P. Jensen Middle School in West Jordan, Utah.