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I am here to propose to ask you all if we can have more healthier food choices for students at Choices Charter even though our overall school budget is constrained.
What are your reasons and explanations of why we should make that decision of providing healthier school food? The school has a tight budget.
As you can see on the graph, the blue bar represents that 60% of students become obese after eating unhealthy food at any school , while the pink bar represents 40% of students who do not become obese. Also, eating unhealthy school food can create medical problems in the future, such as heart disease. I had obesity from eating unhealthy school food when I was in elementary school and I would not want my other fellow students to experience the same thing. We, as students, are the next generation of the future that comes within us and having these students have health problems will not create a long, and brighter future .
I understand that our school budget is constrained but we can raise our school budget by creating fund raisers, foundations, ect.
We have given thought to your proposal and we agree to your wonderful explanation. We agree to provide healthier school food for Choices Charter.
One morning, Alison was chosen to make a presentation to propose an idea of having Choices Charter providing more healthier school foods for their students.
Alison came prepared with many facts and logic about why Choices Charter School should provide healthier school food. She hopes that her explanation would convince the principal and the food service staff to understand that healthier food choice is important.
As a result, her presentation was very well and convinced the food service staff and the principal to serve more healthier choices of school food. Alison was thrilled with her effort .
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