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Free Lunches For Shorians


Lake Shore High School enacted a new free lunch policy due to Michigan’s updated education budget. The new program seems to be really helpful to some families. 

Tyler Grego, junior, said, “I sometimes eat lunch here” 

He continued, “It’s alright. It’s way better than always paying for it.” 

Grego seems to enjoy the free lunch, so he doesn’t have to worry about always having money. 

California Herod, junior, said,  “Yeah, I think it is good for students or families that aren’t able to pay.” 

Herod makes a good point for students or families who aren’t able to afford it, but seems like she can’t experience the breakfast because she doesn’t make it to school. 

Madison Perkowski, junior, said,  “I sometimes eat the school lunch.”  

She continued, “The new lunch policy is okay. I think because people sometimes can’t financially support it and forget to give their kids money.” 

Perkowski seems to know that parents forget to give students money or even put it on their lunch cards every day to eat. 

Emma Huusko, junior, said, “It’s good because since Covid, some people lost their jobs financially. 

Huusko makes a good statement. Covid could have been a tough time for parents who were losing jobs and had no income.

The new budget also includes a free breakfast for all students which many were unaware of.

Herod continued, “I did not know that, but I don’t get to school on time anyway.” 

Huusko said, “No, I don’t get breakfast because my brother sometimes will make me eggs at home before school.” 

Free lunch seems to be a good idea from the student’s point of view because Lake Shore is helping out tons of people by letting their first lunch be free. Even so, not a lot of people know breakfast is included, and this could help out people as well. 

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Jersey Abriel
Jersey Abriel, Staff Writer
Jersey Abriel is 16 years old and a Junior here at Lake Shore High School. She has two older brothers, two nephews, and a dog named Zeus. In her free time, she works mostly and has dabbled in babysitting. Her favorite teachers are Mr. Coffey, Mrs. Ferguson, and Mrs. Lebiecki because they are nice and bring an easygoing vibe to the classroom.
Nate C Renfroe
Nate C Renfroe, Staff Writer
Nathan C. Renfroe is a junior at Lake Shore High School. During his free time, Renfroe likes to watch funny videos on TikTok, look at nice houses on Zillow, and resign houses on his iPad. He also runs track for Lake Shore, competing in the 200-meter and 400-meter races. Renfroe plans on taking a real estate class once he turns 17 so he can get his real estate license as soon as he turns 18.

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