My kiddos currently attend a private preschool a couple of days a week so they take their lunch and I'm thinking that unless they seriously improve school lunches in the next two years that they will continue to take their lunch.
The lunches I've seen at the schools are pretty appalling to me and make it pretty clear as to why so many children have weight issues.
Do your kids eat the school lunch?
Answer by shareleann at 1:03 AM on Sep. 24, 2010
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Answer by Anonymous at 1:27 AM on Sep. 24, 2010
My ds is in HS and he buys his lunch, but it is not your typical cafeteria lunch fare. They have a full salad bar, grinders (subs, hero's, etc.) and sandwiches made to order (like Subway), and a pizza parlor which is all in addition to their planned daily "hot lunch" selection. His school also only serves organic fruits and veggies that are locally grown. Another cool thing is that their fresh herbs are grown in the school's greenhouse by the students taking botany classes.
Overall It's a little more expensive than your average public school, he averages $5 per day but the quality is worth it.
Answer by FeelinYummy at 1:28 AM on Sep. 24, 2010
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