Michelle - posted on 02/15/2012 ( 6 moms have responded )
I have seen an surge in articles about schools that decide whether what you pack for your kids lunch is nutritious enough and force them to eat school lunch if it doesn't meet their standards (and oh yeah charge you for it). I read an article where one lady didn't even know it was going on until she got the past due notice for the lunches. Should some person from the school be a ble to judge whether your lunch is nutritious or not? I know at my old job we would run school programs in the summer at schools that didn't serve lunch over the summer. We had to tell parents what they were required to pack in their kids lunches. I hated it and didn't think it was right, but it was what we had to do to run our summer programs. I personally would have a huge issue because my son is having food issues right now. He will only eat certain things and he would just not eat at all if that happened to him. He's only 4 so I haven't had to deal with that in school yet. What do you think?