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


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ROMAD7721 February 23, 2011

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Only what is provided by the school, If a child brings it from home then no.


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SallyA February 16, 2011

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No. I think it should be the parent's decision what to pack in our own child's lunchbox. I shouldn't have to apologize for packing a snack for him. And my son is slender and is in no way overweight.


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CoachDeb February 11, 2011

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Childhood obesity is on a rise! Parents must tackle how important nutrition is at home. Teaching them about physical exercise & better diet. Where's your state on the most Obese in the Nation?
http://calorielab.com/news/2010/06/28/fattest-states-2010


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coryzapatat February 3, 2011

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Can u plz stop policing my kids lunches, culturally we eat different food, pay attn to more importnt stuff


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Tekakwitha January 18, 2011

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No. It should be up to parents not the schools or government if kids can have them. Our bodies need some fats and sugars. Allow vending machines in the morning, at lunch & after school. Diet sodas now use aspertame: which make some people sick.


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barberk December 22, 2010

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Not Completely because it would cause over indulgence away from school, but it definitely needs to be lessened.Better food comes with better funding.


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barberk December 22, 2010

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Not Completely because it would cause over indulgence away from school, but it definitely needs to be lessened.Better food comes with better funding.


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barberk December 22, 2010

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Not Completely because it would cause over indulgence away from school, but it definitely needs to be lessened.Better food comes with better funding.


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WendyAilshie December 4, 2010

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I don't think all junk food should be taken out of schools. I think it should be up to the parent/Guardian


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SNSMITH November 8, 2010

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ABSOLUTELY!!! It's a crime that it is even offered to children. Parents should be "role models". It shouldn't be allowed at home or at school. There is no room for food that is nutritiously void. Kids love good food if it's the only choice.




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