posted on Apr, 27 2014 @ 03:07 AM
So why didn't these kids receive a sandwich at minimum?
I can't imagine the embarrassment these children felt as they were told to empty their
trays and then to not be allowed to eat anything.
How can this be prevented in the future, shouldn't the school distric be responsible to make
sure that each and every child receives a lunch every day? Does it fall back on the parents
to provide lunch for their kids?
I couldn't ever imagine that to be true all on it's own? Are you sure you got the whole report? Correctly?
Being in Canada again, my children's schools got parents to volunteer any lunch days they could to defeat such issues & even after ALL these years,
my children volunteer whatever days they can for my Grandchildren.....I and my one Aunt STILL volunteer at schools lunch times for any lack of
parental participation to ensure the children receive WARM lunches, that ALL children are not at risk of allergies or have diabetes etc, as well we
also volunteer in the mornings to make sure children who had not received breakfast at home for whatever reasons, making sure parents could send their
children are there early enough to receive breakfast as well.
ANY caring parent participates in these programs for THEIR children and lesser privileged children.
Is there a problem with parents using their free lunch hours or mornings to volunteer for their own and possibly other misfortunate children? Imo
that should be the issue AND solution..... 1 person is all it takes to make a difference in such situations and other mis justices a well........