Some students can’t afford to buy their lunch every day. There are programs across the country that help unfortunate children, but sometimes they fall between the cracks, or sometimes they just need a good meal. Sometimes it just gets messy because of the bureaucracy that seems to pervade every aspect of life.
That was part of the problem that one cafeteria worker encountered during her time in the Canon-McMillan School District in Pennsylvania. If a student accrues more than $25 in owed lunch money to the school, and their parents don’t pay right away, they can’t get a hot lunch.
Stacy Koltiska, the cafeteria worker in question, gave one of those students a chicken lunch, but then she was told to take it back. She didn’t like that. Watch the video for the whole story.