Sep 25, 2012

Lunch Time

Kids, especially boys who play sports, are rebelling against the new school lunches, which, frankly wouldn't fill a bird let alone a growing boy who expends thousands of calories playing football. Growing girls in sports would need more too. So, they made this video. It is a lot of fun. Kids are now even selling black market foods at school.
The video is really cute.
That's free enterprise for you.





3 comments:

  1. A funny video. I think a lot of schools are perplexed by what to do with the kids of today and weight control. So many kids are overweight..all in the video looked great! Exercise....I bet if you got a peddler machine and set it in front of a chair, you could do that. I wear a back support when doing any exercise even that. At least you would be moving your legs..just a thought.

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  2. Hi Annie,
    Wow they are being rally strict in your school distict. The only thing they did here was take the soda machines out of the schools Too bad that parents can't take the responsibility of their kids diet. I guess since in the last 20 years or so so many kids parents are both working and it is hard to govern what your kids eat. I loved the video. Have a wonderful day fasting!
    Hugs, Dru

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  3. Hi Annie! Cute video! I'm all for getting the junk food out of schools but they don't need to skimp on the nutritious food! I read your previous post about education and agree with you completely. My kids went to public school but our Las Virgenes school system is one of the highest rated in California. The honors and AP classes are so hard it's unreal! My son said UCLA was a piece of cake compared to his classes at UCLA. His orchestra at high school was also so advanced that wind ensemble at UCLA was too easy for him. We definitely have the problem tho of over-achieving parents who will give teachers major flack for any poor grades...deserved or not. I can see why the teacher was taken aback by your support. ;) (((Hugz)))

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