Some changes are being served up for lunch at Paradise Canyon Elementary.
A new lunch-seating policy has been installed at the school. Students sit at a table with their own class for about 15 minutes while they eat lunch. Tables are dismissed for recess once the majority of the students are finished eating and the surrounding area is clear of food or trash.
In the beginning of the year, Paradise Canyon's administrators examined the school's strengths and where they could improve.
"We talked about how students do a great job inside their classroom following our 'Super-Six' rules, taking care of their things and being respectful of others. We wanted to encourage more of these good behaviors at lunch," said Debra Cradduck, a first-year principal at Paradise Canyon.
Paradise Canyon's fourth rule of the "Super-Six" reads, "Take care of the school. Take care of your belongings and the belongings of others. Treat the school like you would treat your home."