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New lunch lines in Mead High School should be improved (Opinion)

Three lunch lines for different meal choices should be modified to save time
Raul Mares
This whiteboard shows the different choices for the day along with some motivational quotes.

Administrators’ new addition at Mead High School is three separate lines for lunch, with each line having a different selection of food for that day. 

This doesn’t seem like a bad idea, but at the same time, it’s not necessary to have this many lines. If the school continues to use three lines, they should be modified for improvement. The lines cause students to wait for longer periods and reduce the amount of time for eating. Occasionally, when students are waiting in line, the cafeteria runs out of a specific meal, and students must then find another line. That is absolutely pointless.

This is because the popular option for lunch is only supplied in one line, leaving the other two lines with not-as-favorable food. Therefore, the majority of students choose the line with the best option, and the line becomes longer while the other lines have little to no students. 

This is frustrating because students have to wait in line for long periods of time while there is a possibility of not receiving the option originally chosen. Instead, we have to settle for something else that could have been received earlier since the other lines are empty. 

To improve this system, There could be two lines for the main meal of the day and the third line open for other options. By doing so, time waiting for food is cut down and students can get their lunches quicker.

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Raul Mares, Writer
Raul Mares is a sophomore. It's his second year on The Mav. He's looking forward to writing a lot of great and interesting pieces for others to read and enjoy.
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