He was at lunch for about 27 minutes and 23 seconds
I think probably 30min.
It should only take twenty minutes to prepare lunch.
There are 460minutes in a school day [only if you go to school from 7:00am to 2:40pm]. This includes time for lunch and other breaks. Class time will necessarily be less than 460 minutes. In Canada, a school day is considered to be 300 to 330 minutes, depending on grade and school district, but this total does not include time for lunch, recess, announcements, arrival and departure, etc. It is common for students to be in school for approximately 8 hours.
32 million children participate in school lunch problems
French fries are among America's favorite foods, but they are also quite high in caloric content. One small order alone, the average size that would have a portion that could be taken to the school as lunch, contains almost 300 calories and 14,5g of fat.
1 million kids get sick from school lunch
French lunch times run between 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM. Many stores and businesses close during this time for a lunch break.
French students go to school six days a week. Monday through Saturday, and get out at 4pm being the earliest and 6pm being the latest. For Saturday, they only have school in the morning, and on Wednesday, they have the afternoon off to eat lunch with their families at " la maison. "There are many places where you can learn about French school days. You could for example talk to a French student.
There is 360 minutes in a school day
Well, it really depends on what you have for lunch.
school shoes, uniforms, lunch and all.
Dear americans, Bonjour! we eat 5 meals per day breakfast , per lunch , lunch snack, dinner merci (thank you in french)
No. The state tells the schools how many minutes, hours, days, and weeks in the school day, month and year. If schools don't meet this the school has to make up the lost time or days. They are very picky and even count the time between classes, and the number of seconds in the school day. So, with a longer lunch students would have to stay later in the day. A longer lunch period would also result in greater problems with staffing and some students would soon find themselves in trouble when they have nothing to do. The proper time would be 30- 45 minutes.
If you want to include recess and lunch it will be 9 periods if you want to exclude recess and lunch 7 periods
9 to 5 is 8 hours. If you subtract the lunch break, you get 7 hours, 30 minutes.
Many students only have 20 minutes or less to eat lunch at school which is an unhealthy amount of time. Most students only have time to eat a portion of lunch and others eat it way to fast so they can finish it all. You need to eat slowly and have time to consume all the necessary nutrients.
15 to 20 minute per week
It actually depends on the schools and on the age group. At primary school the teachers do what they want so they can have 30 minutes of maths, 2 hours of French etc... But the school day often starts at 8.30am and ends at 4.30pm (5.30 is common for teenagers), with one or two hours for lunch. The older you get, the more classes you get. But I reckon the average must be 7 lessons of 50/55 minutes in a normal schoolday (Wednesday afternoons are off so that'd be 3 or 4 lessons only on a Wednesday).
8 hours 30 minutes excluding the half-hour lunch.
9 to 5 is 8 hours. 10 minutes on the front and 30 minutes on the back is 8 hours, 40 minutes. Subtracting 45 minutes is 7 hours, 55 minutes.