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Should schools adopt zero-tolerance policies about junk food on campus?


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TerriFo March 18, 2011

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Most School Lunch Programs won't sell "junk" food. Define junk food. I feel just like a good hot lunch or hot breakfast might be the only meal a child receives that day, a cookie might be the only treat they might get also in the whole week.


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TerriFo March 18, 2011

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Most School Lunch Programs won't sell "junk" food. Define junk food. I feel just like a good hot lunch or hot breakfast might be the only meal a child receives that day, a cookie might be the only treat they might get also in the whole week.


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TerriFo March 18, 2011

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Most School Lunch Programs won't sell "junk" food. Define junk food. I feel just like a good hot lunch or hot breakfast might be the only meal a child receives that day, a cookie might be the only treat they might get also in the whole week.


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TerriFo March 18, 2011

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Most School Lunch Programs won't sell "junk" food. Define junk food. I feel just like a good hot lunch or hot breakfast might be the only meal a child receives that day, a cookie might be the only treat they might get also in the whole week.


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TerriFo March 18, 2011

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Most School Lunch Programs won't sell "junk" food. Define junk food. I feel just like a good hot lunch or hot breakfast might be the only meal a child receives that day, a cookie might be the only treat they might get also in the whole week.


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TerriFo March 18, 2011

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Most School Lunch Programs won't sell "junk" food. Define junk food. I feel just like a good hot lunch or hot breakfast might be the only meal a child receives that day, a cookie might be the only treat they might get also in the whole week.


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urzula01 March 17, 2011

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I hate when schools sell junk food in order to receive money for the school . Unfortunately keeping kids unhealthy benefits the schools.


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TempeMom March 10, 2011

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NO! School must set a healthy example, must educate students & parents & must no provide junk food. They also should never police what the kids bring from home. That's ridiculous.


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chicago49 March 7, 2011

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No, it is not the schools, or the governments business what my kids eat. If your kids eat junk food, and you told them not to..you have a bigger problem. Let parents keep tabs on our own.


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salsamama February 24, 2011

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Kids at our elementary school were bringing FULL SIZE bags of snack chips and sharing with other kids who would chuck their real lunch in favor of the junk. Kids were STARVING an hour later and completely unteachable. Common sense please, parents.




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