New food trend among Canadian students causing concern

A new trend is causing some concern among school officials across the country. 

Several schools across Canada are having to impose new rules covering a new food trend. 

Students are now using their smartphone apps to have food delivered to them in the classroom. 

Some institutions have banned the use of food delivery apps altogether, like Skip the Dishes,  while others are trying to have a happy medium that gives students flexibility while avoiding the chaos of having multiple deliveries arrive at the same time.

One principal at a high school in BC says he's found delivery people wandering the halls without permission and coming to the office and having students pulled out of class to come pay for their orders.