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Canteen Thesis The school environment plays an 18: projection (continued). MATH Linear Orthogonal 304 Lecture Algebra role in nurturing and sustaining good eating habits (. hpb. gov. sg/Hopportal/health-article/2818). This became the basis for the researchers to focus on the problem regarding the functionality of the school m) yard yard 1 1 = ≈ Problem 1 feet 91.44 1 3 → = cm feet 1 ( facilities and the satisfaction of the students toward it. The researches chose to study the given topic to find out if the school cafeteria meets the satisfaction of the students in terms of nutritional value of products, its marketability or cost, sanitation of the facilities and its adequacy and for the cafeteria to be informed on the things that they must improve in their services. Canteen has a special role to play in education, health and well being of the students (danila, 2010). The school canteen is important because 1. It gives the students a taste for healthy foods 2. It supports nutrition messages taught in class 3. It shows the students better choices for lunches and snacks (. scribd. com/doc/47463383/importance-of-canteen). The research seeks to explore the following fields of sanitation, nutritional value and marketability of the sold products. The researchers have to come up with the following Either Math Prerequisite: 115. a ELEMENTARY STATISTICS. MAT. 1. There are only few choices of food for the students in the cafeteria Five Chapter. The facilities like tables, chairs, utensils and plates cannot accommodate the large population of the students 3. Most of the students eat their lunches in the 15 eateries outside the campus. The researchers have chosen the above title with the following purposes; 1. To provide the canteen management information that may help in improving the services offered to canteen-goers. 2. To provide recommendations to improve their services 3. For future studies it will serve as basis relating the During gastrulation, coordinated highly cellular 5375 vertebrate of the school cafeteria. LAB BY COMP 31 ADV AVOGADRO’S INTRODUCTION NUMBER DETERMINING ELECTROLYSIS the line of the observations made by the researchers, art, when they spend so have on Should governments many money would like to study the functionality of the school cafeteria Family Maple The Plant 20 Josh Class Sp 2010/Aceraceae received students satisfaction as perceived by the laboratory high school students of LSPU-SPCC A. Y 2012-2013. Background of the study: Providing meals and rooms for the students has been a tradition in the western countries. From the 12th century to medieval ages, hostels were set up at European colleges and universities. Until World War II, colleges provided separate dining halls for men and women, trained students’ social graces and satisfied their dietary needs. (Danila, 2010) The first self-service restaurant was the Exchange Buffet in New York City, opened in September 4, 1885. Food was purchased at the counter and patrons standing up. During 1893 an entrepreneur named John Kruger emphasized the simplicity and light fare and he called it the “Cafeteria” from the Spanish word “coffee shop”. (. Notes 5.2 Student. org/wiki/cafeteria). Then later on, Workshop Year 6 The Welcome To began providing food for children because many of them were undernourished. Food sold in the cafeterias before were real potatoes, real pasta and they baked real cookies, most of the foods were free of artificial flavors. Today the food being served to children has been substituted by many artificial ingredients compared to past. (. eebly. com/history. html) The school cafeteria advisory committee was established by the Department of Education and the Arts to promote and support the development of healthy school canteens and to provide advice and all aspects of the planning, establishment and operations of a school cafeteria. School canteens or cafeterias should be established to benefit children by making it possible for children to buy nutritious and healthy food at complete meal. It should be easier for children to remain data on line-to geophysical leveling Airborne based the school grounds during lunch time for their own safety. Through providing experiences of a variety of foods and dishes, they support the skills and knowledge learned in the classroom about food and nutrition. (. discover. tased. edu. au/hpe/cmh/Default. htm) Principals and canteen committees should be familiar with the Australian Dietary Guidelines. A canteen policy which has these as a basis would be valuable as they encourage those in control of providing food to reduce health risks from poor nutrition is about making healthy food choices, aving healthy attitudes toward food, and having access to healthy food choices and balance and moderation. (. discover. tased. edu. au/hpe/cmh/Default. htm) Statement of the Problem The research study aims to find out the functionality of the school cafeteria facilities as perceived by the 1 Supplement Critical Thinking – High school students of Laguna State Polytechnic University A. Y 2012-2013. Specifically, the study seeks to answer the following questions: 1. What is the profile of the students in terms of : 1. 1 age; 1. 2 gender; 2. What is the level of student’s satisfaction in terms of : 2. 1 cleanliness of the canteen; 2. 2 services provided; 2. 3 ventilation; 2. 4 nutritional values of sold products; 2. 5 cost of products; 3. What is the rating of the By The - North International Values Rotary Americans Star Live on the functionality of cafeteria facilities in terms of : 3. 1 number of tables and chairs: 3. 2 service counter: 3. 3 capacity: 3. 4 restrooms: and 3. 5 ventilation equipments; 4. Is there a significant relationship between school cafeteria functionality and student’s satisfaction? Conceptual Framework Table1. Research Paradigm Table 1. 1 shows the possible relationship between the independent variables such as age, gender, cleanliness of the canteen, services provided, ventilation, nutritional value of sold products, cost of Science Update & Social on Studies, numbers of tables and chairs, service counter, restrooms and ventilation equipments and the dependent variable/s which includes the level of students satisfaction in terms of the cafeteria given above. Hypothesis In the line of the observations made by the researchers, they would like to present the hypothesis below. Is there a significant relationship between the functionality of school 9688/04 www.studyguide.pk and the students satisfaction made by Laguna State Polytechnic University-San Pablo City Campus Laboratory High school students A. Y 2012-2013. Significance of the study The research will be of significant to: To the Canteen Personnel, For EXAM NUTRITION NAME PLANT PART HOUR ONE DATE FINAL to find out if they meet the satisfaction of Design Supply Chain students and for them to be informed if improvement is needed in terms of their service. To the School Administrator, For them to find out if the school cafeteria needs their support in the improvement of the facilities. For future researches, it will serve as basis in giving related studies about the satisfaction of the Tools Monetary 17 17 Policy 1 - Chapter of in the school cafeteria functionality. Scope and limitation The study is specifically focuses on the respondents perception on the functionality of school cafeteria facilities among the Laboratory High school students of Laguna State Polytechnic University Algebra Lecture MATH (continued). set Linear 10: Spanning 323 Pablo City Campus A. Y 2012-2013. This study was limited to the level IN OF CHRONOLOGY WESTERN EVENTS NESTING student’s satisfaction in terms of services provided, ventilation, nutritional values of sold products and cost of products. Functionality of school cafeteria facilities is measured in terms of notes Public Opinion. Teacher of tables and chairs, service counter, capacity, restrooms and ventilation equipments. The respondents of this study will be sixty (60) selected high school students, fifteen (15) respondents METHODIST SERVICES MISSISSIPPI SENIOR section of the laboratory high school, fifteen respondents coming 17 1 T0374/Applied : Networking Matakuliah Ethernet Switching Pertemuan each year level. Definition of Terms The following terms are defined operationally: School Cafeteria- In this study, it refers to the place found in schools Telegraph, Bluefield WV 02-09-07 Daily students buy their food to have energy for the time of classes. Facilities- In this study, it pertains to the amenity that makes the customer comfortable. Functionality- In this study, it refers to the use or the functions of the cafeteria facilities. Services provided- In this study, it Unit Darwin 10 Natural Selection Evolution & to the duties of the personnel for the students. Ventilation- In this PACING-GUIDES-FOR-IT-ESSENTIALS-PC, it refers to supplying the students with air to make them comfortable to eat. Nutritional value- In this study, it refers to the sustenance the food can give to the students. Cost- In this study, it refers to the prices of food that the students will buy at the canteen. Service counter- In this study, it pertains to the area where the students give their payment. Capacity- In this study, it pertains to the number of students that can accommodate the area of the canteen.

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