REPORT: Student’s questionable school lunch post goes viral: ‘Sad excuse for a meal’

SEPTEMBER 19, 2019

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A Minnesota student’s Facebook post has gone viral after she shared an alarming image of a meal one school attempted to pass off as a suitable lunch – prompting officials to issue what many called a “condescending” apology.

Maryn Holler, a student at Apollo High School in St. Cloud, was left feeling both thankful and “sad” last week after she received what her school deemed an appropriate meal for lunch.

The article goes on to state the following:

Sitting on a relatively empty tray were a handful of baby carrots, a packet of marinara sauce and – worst of all – an opened hot dog bun with melted cheese.

Prompted by the backlash, the St. Cloud Area School District issued a statement to their Facebook later that day.

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