Lunch Tray readers often contact me for help in getting junk food out of their children’s classrooms, but few seem to know that as of next school year, districts will for the first time have to impose a nutritional standard for classroom food.
In today’s New York Times Well blog, I discuss how districts might respond to this new federal mandate. My hope is that the Times story will spread awareness of the new rule while there’s still time for parents to get involved in their own district’s standard-setting process.
To that end, if you find my article helpful or informative, will you please take a moment to share it on social media? If you’re on Twitter, you can just click below:School districts must now set a nutritional standard for classroom food: parties, rewards, etc. Click To Tweet
Thank you, all, and I look forward to reading any of your comments on the Times website! 🙂
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