Le journal étudiant de l'École secondaire la Camaradière

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Le journal étudiant de l'École secondaire la Camaradière

The Camaradiant

Le journal étudiant de l'École secondaire la Camaradière

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The Cafeteria Keeps Closing


The students and the teachers are disappointed by the cafeteria closing unexpectedly in the morning before class hours, creating hunger among students. Many teenagers have to find a solution to this recurring problem.

Parents receive mail in the morning around 8 am, to advise the family that the cafeteria will be closed for the day, which is too late because most of the people have already left their houses for school.

When this happens, most parents cannot free themselves to bring their children lunch, so they have to work things out by themselves. Students opt to either go to the convenience store which does not offer many healthy meals or if they have a bus card they can go to Galeries de la Capitale and its various food stalls. However, those options are more expensive than the price at school.

Luckily, the school has frozen meals that they can give to students who have nothing to eat, but then again, those are not the best options. Sadly, the options are not suitable for everyone because of allergies and intolerances.

These situations create disappointment among people who eat fairly regularly in the cafeteria, Samuel Grégoire, a student at  la Camaradière high school was frustrated when he found out the period right before lunch that the cafeteria was closed. He did not bring a lunch that day and he had no choice but to eat a frozen meal.

People have different opinions about it, Emma Leblanc declares, “If the staff doesn’t want to open the cafeteria every day, they should make a schedule where they say when they’re open so the students wouldn’t be surprised.”

According to many, the cause of the problem is that the staff decides not to come to work and fails to inform the school beforehand.



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