smiller919 Wrote:
Sep 25, 2012 8:16 PM
Nullify, The National School Lunch Act, enacted in 1946, provides funding to schools for food programs. It isn't required and schools don't have to take the money. But if they do, there are guidelines to what can be served. What's wrong with that? And no, Nullify clearly you don't have kids in school. There are no "lunch bucket police". The only thing they aren't allowed to bring to school are Lunchables (which no one should be eating), Candy (which should not be at school) and Peanut Butter because some kids have severe nut allergies and even being around or coming into contact with it will cause them to have breathing problems. (And the peanut butter is a class by class thing if someone has the allergy)