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To: Bon of Babble

They are rolled in before instruction starts, correct?


25 posted on 05/03/2013 8:04:54 PM PDT by svcw (If you are dead when your heart stops, why aren't you alive when it starts.)
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To: svcw
No. During instruction at the beginning of the school day, not before school. I suppose the thinking is that the kids can eat while they learn.

United Teachers Los Angeles complaines that serving breakfast in the classroom, rather than before school in the cafeteria, took up too much instructional time and created messes.

From the original article:

The classroom breakfast program consumes an average of 30 minutes of instructional time per day. That lost time, the union said, amounted to eight school days.

Our rooms have been turned into eating areas.

27 posted on 05/03/2013 9:37:57 PM PDT by Bon of Babble (Handguns are a girl's best friend!!)
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