"First, most people understandably but mistakenly believe these photos depict actual lunches served in actual schools...."
Little six-year-old Hunter Cmelo was required to sit behind a cardboard divider by himself to eat lunch after his parents were tardy dropping him off at Lincoln Elementary School in Grants
First Lady, Michelle Obama has added another task to her Let’s Move! campaign. The campaign began an entire 5 years ago, when the first lady promoted exercise around the country, changed the portion size of school lunches all with the help of celebrities to peak children’s interest. Show More Summary
By now, you've probably seen (or even shared) the popular set of photos showing delicious, healthful school lunches from around the world, juxtaposed with a photo of the American equivalent, which of course looks like complete dogshit by comparison. Show More Summary
Kara Swanson, Northeastern University School of Law – IP and Gender: Reflections on Methodology and Accomplishments Literature review: from the footnotes to the text. Personal experience writing and publishing in gender & IP—future orientation of how we can make progress. Show More Summary
Rumor: Circulating photo set accurately compares school lunches from other countries with American offerings that are paltry due to the interference of Michelle Obama.
Photos Of School Lunches From Around The World Will Make American Kids Want To Study Abroad. Although the portions in the “typical” American lunch shown are about twice as much food as kids actually get. Excuse me, what color is this dress? Some see white with gold lace; others see blue with black lace. The 50 Best Movies About Hollywood. Show More Summary
For the 150 kids who attend MUSE School, a private institution co-founded by Suzy Amis Cameron, wife of “Titanic” director James Cameron, there will be no meat, mystery or otherwise, served with the afternoon meal. All dishes are completely vegan.
Did you know that on a typical day, 32 million children in the U.S. eat cafeteria food? Or that most of these students consume over half of their daily calories at school?
Bus Aide Arrested For Stealing Preschoolers Lunch Money This has to be the most “ain’t isht” person we’ve ever posted on BOSSIP. Via NBCPhiladelphia A New Jersey school bus aide was arrested after she allegedly stole bagged lunches and money
Usually it’s a schoolyard bully who steals kids’ lunch money, but in the case of Millville, New Jersey bus aide Rosa Rios, it was an adult who’s supposed to protect the kids who stole their lunch money. The Newark Star-Ledger reports...Show More Summary
We've all watched enough after-school specials to have nightmares about the school bully towering over our children and demanding their lunch money, but I'm willing to bet none of us would expect that bully to come in the form of a 33-year-old school bus aide. Show More Summary
More than one-third of kids in America are obese or overweight. In 2013, the National School Lunch Program, a federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools, served 5.1 billion lunches, Bloomberg reports. Show More Summary
Sometimes all of the stresses of life seem to come at you from all angles. There are days when you have to run from emails, to working lunches, to oldest kid’s school, to the orthodontist, to the youngest kid’s school, and finally home to finish up the work day (purely hypothetical, right?). They leave you […]
As self-styled superhero Vitamike, street artist and guerrilla cook Martin Hoevenaar comes to the rescue of schools and takes the garbage out of lunchboxes. After school hours, he switches his red cape for a hoodie and a set of spray paint cans.
Our school lunch programs need the government's backing to create healthier menus that, in turn, will create healthier children. Photo: Jason Geil/The HSUS The federal government’s dietary guidelines have a stilted history. When I was growing up, the U.S. Show More Summary
Eating at the school cafeteria could've been amazing—if you grew up almost anywhere but the U.S. For a fourth-grader in Italy, school lunch might include a caprese salad, local fish on a bed of arugula, pasta, and a baguette. A school cafeteria in France might serve steak, brie, and a plentiful helping of fruits and vegetables. Show More Summary
An inner city high school. 95% of the student population receives free or reduced lunch. A dozen amazing students and an inspiring teacher. And a donor that promises to help them achieve a trip of a lifetime. But with just weeks to go (and after months of fundraising), the donor backs out… Read their story, [...]
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These school lunch photos will make you envy some Italian children. More » These Photos Of School Meals From Around The World Will Inspire You To Step Up Your Lunch Game is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.