From next week, student council members of BIS Canada are opening mini snack bar again in order to interact with students more by selling snacks. It happened once before the spring break and they are now preparing to re-open it. They are going to sell snacks in room 406 during open block every Thursday.
A number of students demanded student council for a convenience store that most schools are likely to have. Because of this reason, the members discussed the problem and decided to open a mini snack bar, which also helps students to communicate with each other. In order to make the bar more satisfying they decided to sell snacks that students could not usually eat at school, which are chips, Slurpees, and ramen.
Before, students had to wait for special days like costume day to come in order to buy snacks. However, by opening the snack bar, students no longer have to wait. Since it was a rare chance before, the student council of BIS Canada is wanting more students to come and buy snacks now.
Reactions from the students who used the snack bar last time were positive. A number of grade 11 students brought ramen to their home room to do homework and eat. Andy Kim (17), a grade 11 student said “I think the snacks are helped focus more on doing my homework”. Like this, the snack bar will help students to focus on their work while enjoying the snacks.
Student council members are willing to keep up with the positive reactions from the students and expect the snack bar to be successful. They will continue to open the snack bar every week and are planning to have more activities that involve more interactions with students.