Skip to comments.School bans sack lunch, forces chicken nuggets
Posted on 02/19/2012 12:08:46 PM PST by geraldmcg
A preschooler in the Hoke County public school system in Raeford, North Carolina was force fed chicken nuggets for lunch because a state worker determined that her homemade lunch lacked nutritional value.
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Was she really “force fed”? Did they jerk her head back, force open her mouth and stuff the nuggetts in?
Was this chicken from China?
I finally found out what the poor kid’s lunch was.
Turkey and cheese sandwich.
Why in HELL did they take that away and give her nasty nuggets? When will people rip their kids out of these public skrewels?
The sandwich was even on “white” wheat bread.
Man, if all the parents would boycott that school, the statement would be made “GET OUT OF OUR BUSINESS”
Turkey and cheese? There’s good protein and fat (yes, fat can be good) in there.
Apple Juice? Fiber.
Banana? Fiber and potassium.
Potato chips? More potassium.
Clearly, there was no nutrition in this lunch. Actually, minus the apple juice, this sounds like my lunch almost every day at work...
They didn’t take away her sack lunch but did force a lunch tray on her. Why not just a veggie if that was their problem.
Payback would be for her parent to run for school board and win. But the parent won’t because parents are too lazy these days to demand quality service for their tax dollars.
Better payback would be to sue the school and the food Nazi for traumatizing a 4yr old girl.
I’ve seen less substantial lawsuits win millions.
Against a public institution with sovereign immunity and statutory limits on torts. I doubt it.
I grant you that, but one could still sue the individual food nazi and perhaps even the union to which he/she belongs to get the big bucks.
At least a message would be sent to these fascist elements in society.
Remember webcamgate in which a Philadelphia school district used webcams on personal computers to spy on its students? That district had to pay a $610,000 settlement. Still paltry, I admit, but it would buy a lot of McNuggets.
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