In the past, his parents had no clue when he bought a treat at school. Now, thanks to a new school-lunch monitoring system, they can check over the Internet and learn about that secret cookie.
Health officials hope it will increase parents’ involvement in what their kids eat at school. It’s a concern because federal health data shows that up to 30 percent of U.S. children are either overweight or obese.
“My parents do care about what I eat. They try, like, to keep up with it,” said Hughes, a 14-year-old student at Marietta Middle School.
Because it’s best that your children learn right away that you don’t trust them to make good decisions, and more than that, that you don’t respect them. This way, your children will remain child-like and dependent all their lives.
What good sheep-like citizens they will make!