By Kelsey Martinez
Wednesday afternoon Lawrence LaPrise, principal of Cactus Canyon Junior High started a food fight in the cafeteria during the eighth graders lunch period.
The food fight began after LaPrise found out the cafeteria wasn’t serving teriyaki and rice that day because they only served it on Tuesday. He then took a piece of pepperoni pizza which was being served that day and threw it at a student.
“I was just so disappointed and angry at not having my favorite lunch,” said Mr. LaPrise. “I’d been waiting all week to eat my teriyaki and rice.”
Eighth grader Simon Way was the one to to be hit with the piece of pizza. He threw his sub sandwich at the student he thought threw the pizza. It then led to an avalanche of students throwing their lunch’s at each other.
“I’m just glad I didn’t get detention or anything,” said Way. “I still can’t believe it was our principal who started it to begin with.”
The food fight went for almost 15 minutes, eventually being stopped by assistant principal Joyce Gingrich. The mess was cleaned up afterward by Mr. Laprise and every student who had ate in the cafeteria during lunch on Wednesday.
“How childish of Mr. Laprise to start a food fight,” said Mrs. Gingirch. “Though it sure sounds likes him to throw a piece of pizza at a student just because he hadn’t gotten his favorite lunch.”
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