Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School

May 20, 2019  Editor: Ling Xiao
Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School
Pupils have lunch at Dingfan Primary School in Gaocun Township of Wanrong County, North China's Shanxi Province, May 16, 2019. Most of the 110 pupils at Dingfan Primary School are left-behind children, whose parents have become migrant workers in towns or cities. Some of the students came from registered poor families in Dingfan and nearby villages. In September of 2015, school master Zhao Yingjie applied to add the school onto the list of Free Lunch for Children (FLC), the public initiative to offer free meals to students in remote, poverty-stricken areas. From then on students in Dingfan began to enjoy their nutritious lunch at school. In order to guarantee the quality of the lunch and the transparency of the fund spending, teachers in the school take photos of the lunch dishes every day and load them onto the microblog account of the school for the public supervision. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School
School master Zhao Yingjie (2nd L) and chefs plan the lunch dishes of the next week at Dingfan Primary School in Gaocun Township of Wanrong County, North China's Shanxi Province, May 15, 2019. Most of the 110 pupils at Dingfan Primary School are left-behind children, whose parents have become migrant workers in towns or cities. Some of the students came from registered poor families in Dingfan and nearby villages. In September of 2015, school master Zhao Yingjie applied to add the school onto the list of Free Lunch for Children (FLC), the public initiative to offer free meals to students in remote, poverty-stricken areas. From then on students in Dingfan began to enjoy their nutritious lunch at school. In order to guarantee the quality of the lunch and the transparency of the fund spending, teachers in the school take photos of the lunch dishes every day and load them onto the microblog account of the school for the public supervision. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School
Teacher Yin Zhonglan shows pictures of the lunch dishes of Dingfan Primary School in Gaocun Township of Wanrong County, North China's Shanxi Province, May 16, 2019. Yin has sent the pictures to the county's education authority for supervision. Most of the 110 pupils at Dingfan Primary School are left-behind children, whose parents have become migrant workers in towns or cities. Some of the students came from registered poor families in Dingfan and nearby villages. In September of 2015, school master Zhao Yingjie applied to add the school onto the list of Free Lunch for Children (FLC), the public initiative to offer free meals to students in remote, poverty-stricken areas. From then on students in Dingfan began to enjoy their nutritious lunch at school. In order to guarantee the quality of the lunch and the transparency of the fund spending, teachers in the school take photos of the lunch dishes every day and load them onto the microblog account of the school for the public supervision. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School
Teacher Yin Zhonglan records the food purchases at Dingfan Primary School in Gaocun Township of Wanrong County, North China's Shanxi Province, May 16, 2019. Most of the 110 pupils at Dingfan Primary School are left-behind children, whose parents have become migrant workers in towns or cities. Some of the students came from registered poor families in Dingfan and nearby villages. In September of 2015, school master Zhao Yingjie applied to add the school onto the list of Free Lunch for Children (FLC), the public initiative to offer free meals to students in remote, poverty-stricken areas. From then on students in Dingfan began to enjoy their nutritious lunch at school. In order to guarantee the quality of the lunch and the transparency of the fund spending, teachers in the school take photos of the lunch dishes every day and load them onto the microblog account of the school for the public supervision. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School
Teacher Sun Yinli takes photos of pupils having lunch at Dingfan Primary School in Gaocun Township of Wanrong County, North China's Shanxi Province, May 15, 2019. Most of the 110 pupils at Dingfan Primary School are left-behind children, whose parents have become migrant workers in towns or cities. Some of the students came from registered poor families in Dingfan and nearby villages. In September of 2015, school master Zhao Yingjie applied to add the school onto the list of Free Lunch for Children (FLC), the public initiative to offer free meals to students in remote, poverty-stricken areas. From then on students in Dingfan began to enjoy their nutritious lunch at school. In order to guarantee the quality of the lunch and the transparency of the fund spending, teachers in the school take photos of the lunch dishes every day and load them onto the microblog account of the school for the public supervision. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School
Aerial photo shows pupils of the Dingfan Primary School doing morning exercises at school in Gaocun Township of Wanrong County, North China's Shanxi Province, May 17, 2019. Most of the 110 pupils at Dingfan Primary School are left-behind children, whose parents have become migrant workers in towns or cities. Some of the students came from registered poor families in Dingfan and nearby villages. In September of 2015, school master Zhao Yingjie applied to add the school onto the list of Free Lunch for Children (FLC), the public initiative to offer free meals to students in remote, poverty-stricken areas. From then on students in Dingfan began to enjoy their nutritious lunch at school. In order to guarantee the quality of the lunch and the transparency of the fund spending, teachers in the school take photos of the lunch dishes every day and load them onto the microblog account of the school for the public supervision. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School
A chef prepares lunch for pupils at Dingfan Primary School in Gaocun Township of Wanrong County, North China's Shanxi Province, May 15, 2019. Most of the 110 pupils at Dingfan Primary School are left-behind children, whose parents have become migrant workers in towns or cities. Some of the students came from registered poor families in Dingfan and nearby villages. In September of 2015, school master Zhao Yingjie applied to add the school onto the list of Free Lunch for Children (FLC), the public initiative to offer free meals to students in remote, poverty-stricken areas. From then on students in Dingfan began to enjoy their nutritious lunch at school. In order to guarantee the quality of the lunch and the transparency of the fund spending, teachers in the school take photos of the lunch dishes every day and load them onto the microblog account of the school for the public supervision. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School
Lian Yingli (L), head of the dining hall of the Dingfan Primary School, selects vegetable at a supermarket in Wanrong County of North China's Shanxi Province, May 15, 2019. Most of the 110 pupils at Dingfan Primary School are left-behind children, whose parents have become migrant workers in towns or cities. Some of the students came from registered poor families in Dingfan and nearby villages. In September of 2015, school master Zhao Yingjie applied to add the school onto the list of Free Lunch for Children (FLC), the public initiative to offer free meals to students in remote, poverty-stricken areas. From then on students in Dingfan began to enjoy their nutritious lunch at school. In order to guarantee the quality of the lunch and the transparency of the fund spending, teachers in the school take photos of the lunch dishes every day and load them onto the microblog account of the school for the public supervision. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School
Pupils wash hands at Dingfan Primary School in Gaocun Township of Wanrong County, North China's Shanxi Province, May 15, 2019. Most of the 110 pupils at Dingfan Primary School are left-behind children, whose parents have become migrant workers in towns or cities. Some of the students came from registered poor families in Dingfan and nearby villages. In September of 2015, school master Zhao Yingjie applied to add the school onto the list of Free Lunch for Children (FLC), the public initiative to offer free meals to students in remote, poverty-stricken areas. From then on students in Dingfan began to enjoy their nutritious lunch at school. In order to guarantee the quality of the lunch and the transparency of the fund spending, teachers in the school take photos of the lunch dishes every day and load them onto the microblog account of the school for the public supervision. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

Students in China's Dingfan Primary School Enjoy Free, Nutritious Lunch at School
Pupils have lunch at Dingfan Primary School in Gaocun Township of Wanrong County, North China's Shanxi Province, May 15, 2019. Most of the 110 pupils at Dingfan Primary School are left-behind children, whose parents have become migrant workers in towns or cities. Some of the students came from registered poor families in Dingfan and nearby villages. In September of 2015, school master Zhao Yingjie applied to add the school onto the list of Free Lunch for Children (FLC), the public initiative to offer free meals to students in remote, poverty-stricken areas. From then on students in Dingfan began to enjoy their nutritious lunch at school. In order to guarantee the quality of the lunch and the transparency of the fund spending, teachers in the school take photos of the lunch dishes every day and load them onto the microblog account of the school for the public supervision. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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