Meadow Lane Elementary third-graders tour cafeteria

March 12, 2014 

Meadow Lane Elementary third-grade students recently toured the school cafeteria as a culmination to their economics unit. Students observed the goods and services offered at school. Cafeteria manager, Sarah Holden showed the students where they store the “natural resources” in the freezers and refrigerators and introduced them to new fruits and vegetables. Students also observed the "human resources" making lunch using their "capital resources" such as the freezer, ovens, serving carts and dishwasher.

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Meadow Lane Elementary third-grade students recently toured the school cafeteria as a culmination to their economics unit.

Students observed the goods and services offered at school. Cafeteria manager, Sarah Holden showed the students where they store the “natural resources” in the freezers and refrigerators and introduced them to new fruits and vegetables.

Students also observed the “human resources” making lunch using their “capital resources” such as the freezer, ovens, serving carts and dishwasher.

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