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Cafeteria Feud
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 3 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.22

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    auditorium, heading, mean-spirited, ongoing, privilege, Spellman, supervisor, ungrateful, hate, immediately, sneer, dealt, dishwasher, mutter, entire, tapped
     content words:    Food Service Workers Day, Melinda Jackson
Cafeteria Feud

By Beth Beutler
1     "I hate the food here," Melinda said to her friend Stephanie. "I hate buying lunch here. I wish my mom would pack lunch for me."
 
2     Melinda progressed through the cafeteria line with a sour look on her face. She continued to mutter under her breath. One of the cafeteria servers smiled and asked, "Beans or corn with that?"
 
3     "Whatever," Melinda answered with a sneer. "None of it is good, anyway."
 
4     The worker frowned. She had dealt with her last mean-spirited student of the day.
 
5     "That's it!" she cried. "I've had it with you ungrateful kids." She took off her gloves and threw them onto the counter. She stomped off to the back room.
 
6     "Get a load of that!" Melinda said loudly. "Who spit in her cereal this morning?"
 
7     "You did," said a voice behind her. It was Mr. Spellman, the principal. "Come with me, Melinda."
 
8     Mr. Spellman walked Melinda up on the stage that was in the cafeteria, which doubled as an auditorium. He tapped the microphone.

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