Students are taking to social media to complain about their school lunches, according to a report on ABCNews.com .
Students at a high school in Kansas are mocking the new 850 calorie lunch guidelines in a parody of the song "We are young," crooning instead "We are hungry."
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In Michigan, students are also complaining -- not about the portion size, but what's being served.
It all began when a 17-year-old student got sick of buying meals he said looked more like science projects than lunch.
So he started taking pictures and posting them on Facebook.
Joey's social media campaign caught on fast and has now expanded to an organized boycott. The lunch line went from 300 kids to just 20.
Just to be fair, some schools are getting a good response from the new lunch guidelines.
So we want to know what you think of your kids' school lunches.
Are they healthy, do they get enough to eat?
We asked the question of Facebook and here's what you had to say:
Jolyn McNeil Cavey: " I don't get the complaining. If parents don't like it, they can make their kids lunches."
Yamile Landell : "Maybe they could have use more variety. they struggle with small budgets so can't have restaurant food."
Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below.
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