Texas: Students Boycott Lunch, Clash With Food Police

Fed Up With Menu, Students Stage Lunchroom Boycott

February 20, 2012 12:35 PM

TIVOLI (AP) - Macaroni and cheese again? Students at a Texas junior high school staged a four-day boycott of cafeteria food last week to press for more menu choices and healthier alternatives.

About 30 students at Austwell-Tivoli Junior High School in Tivoli, Texas, near the Gulf Coast, shunned the cafeteria’s offerings and brought their lunches from home for four days last week, The Victoria Advocate reported over the weekend.

They demanded less menu repetition and more choice in what is served, including salads. President of the seventh-grade class Mckenzi Simmons said “boycott” was a vocabulary word in a recent Texas history class, and that students put what they’d learned into action.

Read more at CBS DFW via Drudge

WUPN: Looks like civil disobedience in middle school. We will now find out what the Food Police will do to these students. 

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