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Postby Hatterleigh » Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:04 pm

What are school lunches like in YN, if they exist? Do schools serve students lunches in YN, and if so, are they free and/or mandatory?

In Hatterleigh students choose between school and home brought lunch, although students on a low enough budget can qualify for free meals. Older students often go home or off campus to get lunch, if it is allowed by the school. Students usually enjoy a plethora of foods ranging from home made foods to pre made snacks. While the Hatterlese enjoy typically seen western lunch foods such as sandwiches, chips, leftovers, and soups, foreigners are often surprised by the meat pies, 'Apple Milk', and some unique Hatterlese stews that often appear. Students living in cities and large towns commonly eat street food for lunch.
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Postby Vyalikaya Belarus » Mon Jul 29, 2019 8:06 pm

The schoolday ends at 1 pm with no lunch break. However, before school, breakfast is prepared, free for those who want it in exchange for participation in a 30 minute pre-class study hall to help improve their scores, and then sold for money for the remaining 30 minutes before the start of classes.

Options are typically compliant with the fast schedule of the orthodox church, the majority religion of Belarus. Bliny, PB&J sandwiches and the like are offered on fast days, while sausage and eggs are common for meat days. Juice is always available, while high schools often even have coffee.

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Slave Raising Centers, which deal with humans (and other biologicals) and their ridiculously slow data-integration processes, are also full-time boarding institutions. Therefore, they provide all meals to their charges. These meals are calculated to provide all necessary nutrition to the species they are fed to, and are tasty enough to ensure that they actually get eaten. After all, if we make them as awful as the ones human schools once served, we'd end up with weak, malnourished livestock. That wouldn't be any good, either for the biologicals or for our ability to get a decent amount of work out of them once they're mature enough for the mines.

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Postby TURTLESHROOM II » Tue Jul 30, 2019 2:02 pm

All schoolhouses in TurtleShroom, and those that fund them, are responsible for choosing and serving the lunch menu each day. They can serve anything they want, for any reason, at any time.

Aside from obvious food safety, no regulations exist other than 1) school lunch must be served, and 2) it must be provided at no charge.
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Postby New Rothera » Tue Jul 30, 2019 2:55 pm

Every child in New Rothera is entitled to a free school meal. Students are allocated a daily ration of a main meal (usually a standard meal for each day), a drink and a dessert of their choosing. They may also purchase extra snacks during break periods if they have the money. School dinners are not compulsory, and students have the option of bringing their own food or going home during lunch. All food served in schools is vegan, although many meals contain artificial lab grown "meat", which is nearly indistinguishable from the real thing. A standard New Rotheran school meal is a warm soup or stew served with bread.
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Postby Vallermoore » Tue Jul 30, 2019 8:33 pm

School meals are tasty as that encourages learning. Packed lunches are allowed as well.

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Postby Russo-Japanese Union » Tue Jul 30, 2019 8:37 pm

Usually, Children bring their own meals, but if they are not as well off, Food is provided.




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Postby Bozopolis » Tue Jul 30, 2019 8:41 pm

Bozi schools offer lunch to students free of charge, as you need to eat food to function well throughout your day and also live. You can bring your own lunch, though. Nothing's stopping you there.

The exact time lunch is served tends to vary between schools, but normally it's some time in the middle of the day.
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Postby Borovan entered the region as he » Tue Jul 30, 2019 9:29 pm

Under the School Meals Affordability for Children bill passed by Congress, low income students get free breakfast and lunch if they fall below a targeted income level, which depends on family household size. Meal tickets are given as passes for the free lunch and breakfast. In schools that fulfill a 95% low income rate they will allow any student to get free lunches and breakfast and won't need meal tickets.

All school lunches and breakfast are served with nutrition and are C grade quality, prepared by the school cook. The food varies from pizza, chicken wings, lasagna, chalupas, chicken, burgers, pizones, and spaghetti. Breakfast has burritos, cereal, and PBJ sandwiches. Most meal items include a fruit, veggie, and milk product for complete nutrition. School lunches are noted to be unpopular with students and ocassionally food fights have occurred at a bimonthly basis in some schools. Furthermore food is sometimes left on the table. However school lunches are a good driver of social engagement for children.

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Postby Zhouran » Wed Jul 31, 2019 12:41 am

School lunches in all levels of Zhouranese schooling are free as they are paid through taxes. Zhouranese school meals consist of various freshly-made traditional Zhouranese dishes such as Zhouranese seasoned rice with grilled lamb and/or chicken and mixed with nuts and various spices; spicy noodle soup with grilled chunks of seasoned chicken; Zhouranese soft rice with barbecued and marinated lamb, chicken or beef with nuts and various spices; pan-grilled spicy lamb or beef wrapped inside a Zhouranese leavened flatbread and marinated in a paste of crushed nuts, saffron, chopped parsley, butter, and crushed garlic; and Zhouranese seasoned rice with barbecued lamb or beef mixed with parsley, onion, nuts and various spices. Ingredients come from local food producers while water and cow milk are standard drinks. In many schools, due to the strong sense of communal spirit among Zhouranese people, school staffs such as teachers and even the school principal will eat with the pupils, with the goal of creating a stronger connection between students and school staffs.

While school lunch is free, Zhouranese school students are fully permitted to bring their own lunch boxes.

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Apian citizens do not eat traditional food. Our scientists have developed nutrition pellets that dissolve in water. These pellets are manufactured to provide exactly the optimal dosage of calories, protein, fiber, and minerals. They come in adult, child, and infant sizes.

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Postby Aikoland » Wed Jul 31, 2019 4:04 pm

School lunches in Aikoland are provided free for all students, although students are also permitted to bring food from home as well.

In most schools, lunches are provided buffet-style, meaning that students choose what foods they would like to eat and serve themselves rather than having pre-prepared meals chosen by the school staff. It is required that schools provide a wide variety of foods and beverages in order to both facilitate student choice in their meals and so anyone, regardless of dietary requirements, will be satisfied with the options available.

As schools also have a requirement to provide a 'generally nutritious' meal to students, the amount of unhealthy foods such as snacks, candy, and soda provided to students at a school lunch buffet is sparse, with most schools offering nothing more than some sweet biscuits for students to have with their meal, although it is not uncommon for schools to offer cakes and other desserts during the lunch buffet for the last day of the school year as a special treat for the students. (There are no governmental restrictions on the bringing of unhealthy snacks from home, although that may vary depending on the school itself)
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Postby An Islamic World » Wed Jul 31, 2019 7:28 pm

Schools provide free halal meals to all students in our nation. We also provide vegetarian and vegan meals as options.
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Postby Great Nortend » Thu Aug 01, 2019 7:24 am

School luncheons differ wildly across Great Nortend. In most junior schools children are provided with a hot lunch known as a school luncheon on school days from Monday to Friday. Meals may include roasts or pies, but stews and casseroles are very common. Puddings and desserts are also served. These include cakes and tarts, as well as the staple boiled puddings once or twice a week. On most days however, fruit is the only dessert offered. Milk is also provided to every school pupil daily.

In accordance with Church of Nortend religious tradition, Fridays and Wednesdays is a day of abstinence. This is relaxed on certain feast days. Similarly, in Lent and Advent there are fasts though children are exempted from fasting but not from abstinence. On such days of abstinence, schools usually either offer a meal of fish, or non-meat dishes such as vegetable stews, porridges or gruels. Milk is still provided. These abstinence meals are known as collation luncheons, as they serve as the collation (snack) to the main fasting meal of the day in the evening.

In senior schools, pupils are permitted to return home for lunch, bring packed lunches, or pay for school luncheons. Most pupils elect to pay for school luncheons, given their cheap cost (averaging 2/- a week or 3½d a day).
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Postby Crysuko » Thu Aug 01, 2019 8:15 am

Lunches in all schools and colleges are provided gratis, and takes place between noon and 1PM. Usually simply consists of a protein, a filler (usually rice, pasta or potatoes) vegetables and a sweet item (usually confectionary or a sweet pastry) with water or a flavoured drink. A swipe of your ID card will get you an item from a vending machine, but only 1 per person per 2 hours. Vegetarian and vegan options are available on request, and sometimes more exciting options are available on special occasions.

The same is true of most communal food halls and cafeterias, but these are part of the facility, or annexed onto it.
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Postby Doultrenia » Thu Aug 01, 2019 9:08 am

Doultrenian schools have both free breakfast & free lunches. Lunch break starts at 11:30 & ends at 12:00. During this period, students can either go to the cafeteria & pick their lunches or eat their own lunches they may have prepared at home. Students who picked a cafeteria lunch have to eat in the cafeteria, while students who have prepared their own may either eat in the classroom, outside on the school campus, or in the cafeteria as well.

School lunch meals & breakfast in Doultrenia are known to be of great quality & nutritious, & many students enjoy them.

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All students receive a Company Issue Student Meal Ration (CISMR), which contains a form of meat (Not pork.), a starch (Rice usually, but there are exceptions.), a can of fruit (Apples, peaches, or oranges.), a bottle of water, a dinner roll, a hard candy (Peppermint usually), and a disposable cutlery kit. On special occasions, a piece of cake or pie is often included. The key determining factor in the exact contents is the availability and cost of supplies. These meals are issued free in public schools, but private schools may purchase them for their students at a cost of 25 Company Credits each, or they can provide their own food to students.
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Postby S-Hertogenbosch » Fri Aug 02, 2019 11:13 am

In primary school, there is a long lunch break from about 12 p.m. until 1 p.m. Most children will go home to eat lunch with their mum. Some children will stay at school (called "overblijven" in Dutch) and one of the mothers takes care of the children. These children will usually bring their lunch with them. At around 10 a.m., a bottle of milk (called "schoolmelk" in Dutch) is served because it is commonly thought that milk is healthy. Some teachers place the crates of milk near the heater because it is also sometimes thought that cold drinks aren't healthy.

In secundary school there is a difference between pupils who visit a boarding school and those who visit a day school. Those at the boarding school will get warm lunch served at school (and will take only soup and bread for supper), those who visit a day school will have to bring lunch with them and will usually eat a warm dinner at home. However, tea and coffee are usually available at low cost in the school canteen so they only bring bread with them and buy drinks at school.
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Postby Pacomia » Fri Aug 02, 2019 11:21 am

Almost like a rationing system, where students either bring their own food or can get food provided by the school. It’s similar to rationing in the food is served in a small white bag that usually has meat, bread, a few pieces of fruit, and occasionally 1 or 2 other things, served with a cup of water. The available foods usually change every day, but they almost always follow this structure. Allergy-related options are mandatory, so if things like dairy or gluten are included in that day’s option, there must be an option without dairy or gluten as well. A vegetarian option is not mandatory, and the few vegetarians that exist in Pacomian society must bring food from home. This is because vegetarianism is recognised as a personal choice and not a requirement, and schools should not expected to cater to someone’s choice. If you can afford to be vegetarian, you can afford home lunch. School lunch is free in some schools, and costs money in others.
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Postby Strahcoin » Fri Aug 02, 2019 1:31 pm

While all of the schools in Strahcoin are private and are therefore neither required to nor prohibited from serving school lunches, most of them do. They are neither free (no such thing as a free lunch) nor mandatory (you can't force anyone to buy anything). They typically consist of some grains (bread, pancakes, potatoes, pasta etc.), some fruits/vegetables (tomatoes, apples, bananas, berries, plums, asparagus, broccoli, cabbage), some proteins (beans, chicken, fish, Strah, tofu), some cheese (sometimes), and a drink (usually water, but milk, juice, and (in some schools) even soda are offered for an additional price). Better schools tend to have better school lunches.
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Postby Gandoor » Sun Aug 04, 2019 12:03 pm

School lunches are provided free for all students in primary and intermediate school. Schools are required to offer five entrées per day, with at least two options being vegetarian or vegan, four side options, and a choice of fruit juice, milk, or water as the beverage.

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School lunches of the Nucleous Union consist of a chunk of stale bread and a half-glass of water. They are "free" and mandatory, and they are provided in all of the schools, which are public.
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Postby HUElavia » Mon May 04, 2020 6:11 am

HUElavia offer free breakfast and lunch, as passed by the HUElavian government in the 1970s, in an effort to improve the health of the nation's youth.

HUElavian breakfast is healthy and tasty, giving a variety of options, from a hearty breakfast sandwich, to a nice and sweet dish such as pancakes or cheese doughnuts made from natural ingredients.

HUElavian lunches tend to be varied, with an emphasis on healthy but delicious options for students to have. The kinds of lunches vary by region (with some having their own variants of lunches based on culture), but there tends to be 3 or 4 options, along with either a Halal or Kosher option, as well as a vegetarian/vegan option. Dishes tend to have a grain, meat, vegetable, and fruit, along with a drink to go in hand.

Snacks are also offered every few hours in order to prevent students from going hungry for many hours. Snacks include small bite-sized sandwiches, pastries, and maybe a small stew.
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