Student launches petition demanding bigger and better school lunches

Posted at 8:03 AM, Sep 19, 2017

An online petition is calling for Dunkirk High School to change its lunch options.  The student who started the petition, Aubriana Perry, says she's unhappy with the quality of lunches she's seen in the school.

Perry is now calling for higher-quality food, bigger portions, and more variety.  She says she's seen students crying because there wasn't much to eat.  The petition is posted on Change.org.  It will be delivered to the high school, the assistant principal, and Sodexo Solutions if it gets the number of signatures it needs.  

The Dunkirk City School District participates in a program called the Community Eligibility Provision.  All students in the district get a free breakfast and a free lunch.

To look at the petition click here.