The Californian

Hey, where’s my lunch?

Hey, where’s my lunch?

Rachel Pak, Staff Writer

March 26, 2019

After four long hours of classes, Cal High’s collective stomach is grumbling. Before lunch starts, students place orders on DoorDash and other food delivery services and eagerly wait in class for the food to arrive. But when third or fourth periods end and everyone rushes to the front of the...

Cafeteria food too unhealthy

Cafeteria food too unhealthy

Austin Hille, Editor In Chief

February 11, 2013

A trip through the line at the Cal High cafeteria has become a daily ritual for hundreds of Cal students. Although it is convenient for students to buy lunch at school, some of the cafeteria food may actually be quite unhealthy for them.  With all this food being distributed, the health of the food...

District does care about healthy eating

District does care about healthy eating

Marisol Montes, Staff Writer

December 19, 2012

Every day, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District serves about 6,500 meals to hungry students. That’s a lot of food, and it makes one wonder if all this food is healthy. After some research, I realized  the district actually cares about student nutrition and what schools serve. The...

Students find healthy choices for life

November 7, 2011

by Joshua Gu, staff writer It’s time to put down the McDonald’s and Twinkies and opt for more nutritious and healthy foods. With ample knowledge about health and nutrition effects on the body, students today are naturally more conscious of their health and diet. But many students are still unconcerned ...