Effects of problem: • students may skip meals which leads to lack of concentration
Possible causes: • Time taken during exchange of money
The other possible causes obtained were: • current system designed for fewer students • New 5 by 2 day system cuts students’ recesses
Criteria for solution: • Cost should be absorbed by school
Results of surveys conducted in schools with e-canteen system
Friday October 13, 2000 Net to spy on children's lunch PARENTS who worry that their children are eating too much fried greasy food during their lunch breaks will soon be able to log on to the internet and check out what their kids are eating at school. Kids swipe their way to food By Wong Sher Maine03 January 2001 ''It saves a lot of time because we don't have to pay cash and wait for the change. The queue moves faster. It's also very easy to use,'' said Secondary 2 student Amy Norashidah, 13. Canberra: First e-telligent schoolBy Margaret Chye As the entire operations are linked via the Internet, students will be able to choose from a menu what they want. Parents can also monitor the type of food their kids consume or order in advance for them as all orders contain nutritional information like calorie, vitamin, and cholesterol content.