Muffins Price

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Lowering the price of muffins in my school cafeteria is my greatest achievement; not because I lowered the price of muffins, but because I helped proved that student government is capable of causing change and following through with a promise. But, before I dive deeper into this topic, an important question must be answered: what is wrong with the price and why is this such an urgent issue? Before my sophomore year, the price of one chocolate chip muffin in the Greenwich High School cafeteria was $1.75. When comparing that to the average price of a high school lunch at $2.42, it was simply outrageous that a public school would charge that much for a… muffin. Each year, candidates stand before the student body and spur out lists of promises

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