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Surrey high school puts brakes on UberEats, SkipTheDishes after a flood


SURREY (NEWS 1130) – Surrey High School is a tribute to student care for food supplies due to class impairments and security concerns.

Surrey's school has decided to limit the transfer of food from services such as SkipTheDishes and UberEats after a flood from daily food classes. Semiahmoo Secondary decided to create a ban – except for food provided from school premises and during lunch time – because the school administration said that students were leaving the classroom to get food, and school staff were dealing with High number of classes dropped in the front desk.

Doug Strachan of the Surrey Regional School said that the increase in classes caused harassment in classrooms.

"Some students left classes to go and have food, pick up their food. The school took some steps to inform the students, if they wanted to make those types of arrangements, which could be done, just off on the property of the school, "he said. "There would be a number of classes coming in, and school staff have other things to do with the school administration, yet they have been presented consistently with food by providing people who wanted to know where to go with the food. "


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He had to do something, he said, as multiple transfer began to overstate staff and cause security concerns.

"Those sent people walked into school without checking at the office, or wanted to leave the food in the office, and the office can not act as a food delivery service," he said. "Certainly, we do not want people on school grounds or in school without authorization or without school staff knowing they are there or why they are there, and for a genuine reason."

Strachan said he acknowledged that the use of food delivery programs is an increasing trend, and the school seeks to adapt to these changes in technology and how students use it. Students hopefully continue to use supply services – with restrictions – an acceptable solution.

"It's a bit of adaptation to everyone, and so far, this approach seems to be working," he said.

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