Skip to comments.St. Paul schools expands takeout breakfast program
Posted on 09/07/2010 2:43:27 PM PDT by WOBBLY BOB
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - When St. Paul students return to school Sept. 7, they'll find another dozen schools offering the district's unusual breakfast-to-go program. It's called Breakfast 2 Go, or B2G, a national nutrition program that distributes takeout breakfasts that students can eat in classrooms. The St. Paul district is 1 of the first in the state to offer it.
In addition to B2G, the school has earned accolades for its ethnically diverse menu and emphasis on serving locally grown foods.
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soon they'll feed them breakfast, lunch, and dinner ---who needs parents!!!??
“Ethnically diverse”?! Forcing kids to eat 3rd world shi& foods! Exercise in tolerance? Exercise in stupidity and wasting money is more like it. This is absolute insanity!
No, wait, we were doing that when I was in school.
Whatever happened to the sack lunch made by your loving parents?
next is you’ll get PAID to pretend to pay attention
Where u been? nearly all schools offer breakfast lunch and a take home backpack of food every school day AND in summer as well.
In many schools in Texas the illegal parents eat free lunch with their kids on Saturdays, paid for by us of course. All the gov’t requires is that the kids attend a class.
nice isn’t it?
this is IN the classroom. And in St.Paul EVERYONE is eligible for ‘free’ breakfast.
I take it in these schools the kids don't have parents, they had sperm donors and receptacles.
in some places, kids need not even attend!! WOOO!!!Free,free ,free!!!
“School lunches for adults, too”
Anytime or effort actually spent trying to teach the kids to read write and speak english?
I wonder how much of this food is soy-based. That stuff really screws with a person’s hormones.
how can we ever expect people to take responsibility for themselves when we are creating the cradle to grave nanny state, even for illegals??
I was speaking at a high school class and they had taken a break to get something to eat. While I spoke, they were eating at their desk. I finally asked if class was in session, and it was. I can’t find a better word than gobsmacked to describe my surprise. They were distracted by opening packages, and crumbs and all. I wonder if teachers can open twinkies during staff meetings, and gather the crumbs and such.
that’s for later, IF there’s any time left.
Link to video is on this page (the video takes a few minutes to load):
Some of the kids look like they should skip a few meals.