school lunches

levis-buttcheeks  asked:

Gabi x Pyxis is my OTP!

dude like…. when i first got into snk i asked one of my friends what he shipped…….

he told me it was levi/pixis.

i will not lie, just because of that, every april fool’s day i write a crack chapter for my ongoing multi-chapters that contains levi/pixis in it just because i find it funny

student!guanlin
  • cool kid in school
  • he’ll walk down the hallway with a bit of swagger
  • he looks lifeless and slow
  • but he’s just in deep thought most of the time
  • and that’s what makes people think he’s really cool
  • but really he’s lame
  • sucks are telling jokes but continues to tell them anyway
  • wears his uniform in a sort of messy fashion: his tie is never on all the way and his shirt is roughly tucked in
  • seems lazy about learning
  • but he’s lowkey smart
  • his backpack is really messy
  • he the type to just stuff his things in his backpack
  • like literally will have crumpled paper in his bag
  • and he has a binder but he aint use it ever
  • also always has coins in his pockets for the times he wants to use vending machines
  • the type to mostly talk instead of eating during lunch
  • he’ll sit back on his chair with arms crossed talking and laughing
  • like he looks really cool but sometime you would have to force feed him to eat something
  • bc he barely eats lunch in school, he gets really hungry on the way home so he always has to stop to get food at a convenient store
  • but the boy only has coins so he always pays in coins
  • really good in language classes
  • (boy can speak korean chinese and english so yeah)
  • really quiet when you first meet him
  • kind of gives an intimidating vibe because he’s always so quiet
  • but after a while, he’s really smiley and laughs a lot
  • sits in the middle row of the class next to the window
  • daydreams a lot
  • but when the teacher calls on him to answer a question, he’ll always get the answer right
  • always asks if he can borrow ur pencil
  • and NEVER GIVES IT BACK
  • you end up making him buy you new pencils to compensate for all the ones he stole/lost
  • back to snacks: he’ll always buy you a snack when he gets his own
  • and “gives you a choice” when he comes to give one of them to you
  • but if you choose the one he wanted he’ll make it real obviously so really you didn’t have a choice
  • doodles in class
  • the type to proofread his essay once and submit
  • but on certain occasions (like when his grade depends on it) he’ll be really into fixing his papers
  • but he’ll get stressed and just submit the papers when he gets tired from fixing his errors
  • the type to fall asleep during history lessons
  • always asks what certain words mean
  • comes over after school just to nap
  • sometimes naps too long that he forgets to do his homework
  • so he’ll wake up stressed and shuffling to do his work
  • but most of the time, he’ll finish his homework during homeroom
  • not the type to copy your work but will constantly bicker you to help him with his homework

You know a post I reblogged a few minutes ago made me wonder something.  I know I have a number of teachers who follow me.  Specifically @dameednaeverage and @gypsy-belle.  

When my sisters and I were in university we were both told independently that the children of alcoholics were some of the best caretakers and often best students the particular counselors encountered.  “Mature”, tending not to get in trouble or want to draw attention to themselves.

I remember being a rather friendless child (my mother wouldn’t take me to after school clubs or activities so I had to wait until I was old enough for an activities bus in high school to do those things) and anyway I didn’t want any friends anywhere near my house.  The few times I had friends over my house it were … traumatic and my sister has similar memories.  In school during Lunch I found a corner of a table to sit and eat and read Star Trek novels.  And my teachers were so worried about this behavior that they called my mother and told her I wasn’t social enough.  Which yeah that … helped.  One year they even removed tables from the cafeteria and I was explicitly told by an adult it was to force students (me and a handful of others) to have to eat with others.

When you were a trainee teacher did this kind of behavior and what it might mean get taught to you?  Why did my college teachers know what this meant but not my primary and secondary school teachers?

Michelle Obama slams Trump for nixing healthy school lunches: “What is wrong with you?”

  • At a public health summit Friday in Washington, D.C., former first lady Michelle Obama slammed the Trump administration for its relaxing of school lunch policies she championed during her time in the White House, the Washington Post reported.
  • Earlier in May, agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue announced that schools would not have to comply with standards set in place by the Obama administration to reduce sodium intake among students, as well as provide whole-grain rich breads and pastas and fat-free milk only. 
  • Rather than replacing these guidelines, Perdue gave schools three extra years to comply with them. Read more. (5/13/17, 9:05 AM)
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Growing up, Viola Davis depended on the school lunch program the GOP wants to gut

  • For Viola Davis, who won best supporting actress at the Oscars on Sunday, free school lunches were a lifeline that helped her through a tough childhood.
  • “Most of the time, the school lunch was the only meal I had,” Davis told AARP magazine in 2015. “I would befriend kids whose mothers cooked three meals a day and go to their homes when I could.”
  • If Davis attended U.S. schools today, there’s no guarantee she’d benefit from the same anti-hunger programs.
  • Republicans hope to slash the budget of school meal programs, meaning fewer students would get free or subsidized meals, PBS reported. Read more (2/27/17 2:44 PM)

Wannabe greek salad:
This is a super simple salad, where the amount of each vegetable I add, depends on whats in my fridge and my preferences, so you can make your own twist on this if you like.

Base of salad:
- tomato
- cucumber
- olives
- red onion (I usually skip this one )

Dressing
- olive oil
- apple cider vinegar
- salt
- pepper
- dried oregano

Method:
Dice the vegetables and mix. If you add red onion, but think that the flavor might be a bit to strong, I suggest cutting it up into small slices and then soaking them in water while you make the rest of the salad.

Dressing : 2 parts olive oil, 1 part apple cider vinegar. Salt, pepper and oregano to taste. I like to make it a bit more salt than I usually would on food, just because the greens need a bit more.
For this serving I used 2 teaspoons of oil, 1 teaspoon of vinegar, and ca one teaspoon of oregano.

Mix dressing with the cut vegetables. Add feta cheese or goat cheese if you would like that. And enjoy 😊

independent.co.uk
Theresa May halts free school lunches for pupils
Huge numbers of children in poverty will lose their free hot lunches under Conservative plans to ease school funding cuts, Nick Clegg has warned. Theresa May was branded “the lunch snatcher” after unveiling plans to replace universal lunchtime meals for infants with free breakfasts for every pupil up to the age of 11.

Tories “We want to cut education funding, what should we do next?  I know, let’s take lunch away from hungry children.”

anonymous asked:

Can you draw all the Dbz High School AU characters in their prom or school dance outfits

I had so much fun designing each character’s clothes, thanks anon! which one is your favorite?

you can see them bigger under the cut (also, you can spot all the little ugly mistakes, sorry)

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