Great story! One seventh grader wanted to help her peers understand where their food comes from and turn the popular lunch into one whose ingredients all came from 50 miles from Lincoln or less. "We went looking through the types of meals that the kitchen staff could make. We wanted to make something that could substitute ingredients and not make a totally new recipe." said Smith.
The opportunity to re-do work is vital to growth...not only to learning the material itself but to the habit of persistence-- continuing to work at something until you get it right, which applies to all sorts of occupational endeavors