I dont mean what they serve, I mean what YOU pack them for lunch or snack. My DD attends elemantary school. In our sytem, if it is deemed 'unhealthy' it is taken away and they cant eat it. This is both during snack time and lunchtime. They are required to bring a snack for both morning and afternoon. If they dont bring one, they get to sit and watch the other kids eat theirs at the designated time. If you pack the wrong thing and it gets taken away, they also have to sit and watch because the school doesnt replace what they take. I dont remember this being the way things were done when I was in school.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:27 PM on Mar. 31, 2009 in Just for Fun
Answer by coala at 2:29 PM on Mar. 31, 2009
I don't agree.....................BUT was a list given out that directs parents as to what is considered healthy? That way you get to choose. I would not want a class eating cookies and chips for snacks. I think raisins, pretzels, crackers, fruit, and those types of things are appropriate. That is what I send for my oldest child.
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