Eating in our high school library happened organically :) only a few
months ago, the result of sheer fatigue of asking students to leave the
library with their food. Overall, I think students need a place to work
and eat during lunch. We are now grappling with effective ways of teaching
students to clean up after themselves and to be thoughtful of their
neighbor(s). Maybe no fish, for example.
On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 12:37 PM, Derek Anderson <danderson@xxxxxx> wrote:
We currently allow snacks that don’t need utensils and drinks, but not
1600 Mission Ave.
San Rafael, CA 94901
On May 22, 2018, at 12:14 PM, Lisa Newton <newton.lisam@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I always allowed faculty to eat. They are adults and should be treated as
such. Faculty events were held on occasion in our library that included
food and that was fine. We never had problems with adults making messes.
We generally did not allow students to eat, but made exceptions for special
things from time to time.
On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 10:47 AM, Alice Franco <afranco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On occasion, for instance, when they are holding a lunch meeting in the
Library. But first I lecture them on cleaning up! Water is OK.
*From:* baisl-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:baisl-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On
Behalf Of *Mary Anne McGill
*Sent:* Tuesday, May 22, 2018 10:44 AM
*Subject:* [baisl] Question for high school librarians - on food in
Dear high school librarian colleagues,
Quick question: *do you allow students and faculty to eat lunch in your
high school library?*
Mary Anne McGill
Librarian / Literary Magazine Advisor
San Francisco Waldorf High School
470 West Portal Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94127
"Know yourself. Know the world."