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New food regulations chew up old cafeteria standards

Freshman Rachel Wang buys a school lunch daily.

Debra Klevens, Convergent Media Writer

February 25, 2015

The school has begun to alter the cafeteria food to fit the guidelines of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) nutrition standards.

Cleaning Up Parkway’s Act

Cleaning Up Parkway's Act

Allie Collins, Photo Editor

October 29, 2014

Kaleigh Riggs- 10, Hannah Hoffman- 9, Anna Tukina- 11, Luke Christensen- 11- sort through trash from first lunch. "It was really eye opening because we throw away full lunches. We're really wasteful. There's starving children in Africa and we could be doing so much more to help," said Tukina.

A Healthy Alternative

Freshman, Anna Chen buys her lunch in the cafeteria everyday.

Vaishal Shah, Staff Writer/ Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2014

Stepping into the cafeteria, you may have noticed some changes to the menu. From decreasing lunch portions to “healthifying” the food served, students and administration are expressing their views on this new change.

For your own good?

Senior John Casey uses the senior lounge during his study hall.

Tashaun Ewing, Staff Writer

September 17, 2014

With the class of 2015 lacking the privilege to eat in the senior lounge, what compromise can be reached?

Parkway teachers and staff take part in an intruder training program

Hannah Hoffmann, Staff Writer

August 29, 2014

The staff and administration share stories from intruder training on Aug. 7 and discuss Parkway's future security propositions.

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