[SOLVED] The Food Rescue Group focusing on children… a lot of prepared food being thrown away and wasted
Mary, a high school administrator recently realized that after the last lunch is served at the end of the school week there is a lot of prepared food being thrown away and wasted. It dawns on her that many students depend on the Monday through Friday breakfast and lunches provided by the school but what are they eating on the weekends?
Mary decides with other school representatives to launch a pilot program named The Food Rescue Group focusing on children that do not have outside resources of food preparation provided throughout the school week while home on weekends. The group initiates a process of collecting, packing and freezing left over prepared meals then distributing them to students in need after the last Friday bell. At least 25 students take home 8 frozen meals for the weekend as a result of Mary’s mission to send no child home hungry.
(Ideas for paper direction) Please choose 1 idea for your response. 3-4 Paragraphs.
How do you feel about this idea?
What could possibly go wrong with this implementation and why?
Would this program be something you are willing to implement in your community?
Would this program actually help in a real life situation?
Does this idea expose a child in need in a negative fashion?
Could there be possible health code violations when food prepared at the school is sent home with a student?
Please write an email requesting a meeting with a college’s Chancellor to discuss a new idea to be implemented on campus.
Approach this assignment as if you have never met the Chancellor. Keep this email short and to the point. (All ideas are accepted, large or small).
Discuss the idea…
Close with possible date, time and your contact information…
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