As a director of a small system of 3,100 students in eastern North Carolina, I am finding it very difficult to meet the standards that seem to change with the wind. I do not have a problem with the intent of the law of wanting children to eat healthy items, but to force them to take food that they are just going to throw away isn’t teaching anyone anything. We allow our students to have all the vegetables they want. We offer fresh tossed salad, baby carrots and at least two other ...
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