I had a pretty nice junior high school experience.
I went to a large school that had just under 4 thousand students attending grades 6 through 12. The junior high and school buildings were separate from each other, but the school cafeteria was shared by 1 and all. It was a nice facility, and we genuinely had fine food provided to us a majority of the time. I guess I grew up after the age of mystery meat and pizza mornings in which they served mini-pizzas that were more fitting for army MREs than any school. My dad attended the school before I did, and she has the one that claims that the school lunch menu used to be terrible, but both me and my dad agree that the air conditioning in the school cafeteria has always been over the top. It is just plain cold in that cafeteria all the time! If you were unlucky enough to only be able to find a seat that was directly below the air vents, you had to eat the lunch unquestionably abruptly if it was hot. If you carried on a conversation for too long without eating lunch, the air conditioning would make something that was piping-hot a few moments before being lukewarm, or even cold. During my freshman and sophomore years though, there was 1 upside to that cold air conditioning. Lunch was right after PE class while in those many years! Every one of us couldn’t wait to walk into the cafeteria and let the cooled air clean over us after perspiring buckets outside in the warm months! Unfortunately, in the winter, the school cafeteria was almost just as cold, as if they didn’t use the heating unit at all! Good thing we did PE class in the gym on most mornings that it was unquestionably cold!