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Dashing to school

students take advantage of the food delivery option
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Sophia Archer
One of the many DoorDash orders sent to school.

As freshmen get settled into high school, they realize something magnificent: they can have DoorDash sent to school. “One of the biggest differences between high school and middle school, you get a lot more freedom now,” Bailey Brewer ’27 said. 

DoorDashing to school has its downsides such as, the driver not going to the right entrance or other people asking you to get them food. One student found herself spending close to one hundred dollars just to get coffee at school. “One day during Deck the halls, I spent eighty dollars DoorDashing Dunkin’ to school for me and my friends,” Morgan Clair ’27 said. 

When asked how she feels about students DoorDashing to the school, Karen said “It’s fine as long as it arrives at the right time of day.” 

DoorDashing is a good way to get food in case you forget yours and aren’t craving school lunch. “Fast food is better than cold soggy food that has been waiting in your lunch box since the morning,” Neve O’Donnell ’27 said. 

So if you are thinking of ordering DoorDash to school do it. Just make sure you spend wisely and it’s delivered at the right time. 

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