Sunday, April 28, 2013

School Lunch Superhero Day Trifecta

Welcome to the School Lunch Superhero Day trifecta. Colby Sharp and I hope you enjoy blog hopping. 




Two third graders interviewed Ms. Sherri, our school lunch superhero. 


Illustration credit: JJK
What is the best thing about being a School Lunch Superhero? 

Ms. Sherri: I love being around the children. They always brighten my day. It makes me feel good that I'm cooking for them. It feels good to be appreciated. 

Are there any foods that most kids in our school do not like to eat? 

Ms. Sherri: Your classmates do not really enjoy celery and broccoli. 

What are the most popular foods in our school? 

Ms. Sherri: The most popular foods are tomato soup, grilled cheese, Bosco sticks, and chicken tenders. 



Are you familiar with the Lunch Lady series? 

Ms. Sherri: Yes, I received Lunch Lady and the Cyborg Substitute as a present. I met Jarrett when he visited our school. I took a photo with him and the Lunch Lady cake

What is your favorite food? 

Ms. Sherri: I love Italian beef. I like it from most places, but I can be a little bit picky. 

Illustration credit: JJK
I asked a third-grade class three questions. 

What is your favorite food that Ms. Sherri serves? 

*Pizza
*French toast sticks
*Blueberry pancakes
*Waffles
*Turkey dinner
*Chicken fingers
*Chicken noodle soup
*Bosco sticks
*Grilled cheese and tomato soup
*Sloppy Joes
*Spicy chicken sandwich 
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What is Ms. Sherri's superpower? 

*Kindness
*Helping kids make healthy choices 
*Cheerfulness 
*Laser eyes
*An awesome spatula 
*Humor 
*Temperature control 
*Cooking 




Why should schools celebrate School Lunch Superhero Day?


*Because we need to show lunch workers that we appreciate their hard work. 

*We want them to feel appreciated and loved. 

*They make good food. 

*School Lunch Superhero Day celebrates an important group of hardworking people. 





My students and I hope you'll celebrate School Lunch Superhero Day. 


Mr. Colby Sharp texted me a few days ago that he's happy with his School Lunch Superhero Day post. I cannot wait to read it. Head on over to his blog





Hip, hip, hooray! Jarrett J. Krosoczka is today's Nerdy Book Club blogger. 



I am giving away a copy of Lunch Lady and the Video Game Villain

Rules for the Giveaway 

1. It will run from 4/28 to 11:59 P.M. on 5/1. 

2. You must be at least 13. 

3. Please pay it forward. 

1 comment:

  1. You could see Jarrett tear up when he mentioned the passing of Jean. It got me all choked up, and though I've seen these books at Barnes, I never picked them up to check them out. Now I will! Thanks for posting this, John :)

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