I think that kids should have Sweet snacks because it keeps them energized and full for the rest of the day. It also raises money for the school to buy more things and supplies for the school . It also would be good because some of the food is healthy and delicious
At my school, last year the 6th graders sold doughnuts every Tuesday, no more than one per person. They sold them to raise money for the 6th graders so they could go to 6th grade camp. As I stated earlier, it was only every Tuesday. I am absolutely positive that sweets should be sold at school.
Sweet snacks should be sold at schools because it gives children a boost to stay awake the whole of the school day. It also. Gives the children a treat after all the school work. If the children get hyper they would stay awake and do great in PE. My school sells sweets without nuts so that children don't get allergic and none of the children get hyper. I personally think that sweets should be only given to children in Y7 and above.
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Kids can go through a sugar rush. Causing the brain to act and send out commands that the body can´t follow up. Thus, The body becomes slow and sluggish. Making the ability in class to concentrate harder. Soon kids will miss important clues. And as a result, grades will begin dropping
Selling candy at school would help school funding, but if there was something they could sell besides candy such as fruit or veggies, that would ensure that kids have a proper diet and it also can help in school fundings or and activities that are not paid for by the school.
Americas biggest problem is already being obese. Adding candy and fat foods makes it even more wide spread. It would be okay to sell fruits or water/gatorade for after school sports. Candies can make you sick if you get to hyper and teachers already have enough stress. In conclusion, adding candy and fat foods to "raise money" is a terrible idea. Just have fundraisers if you need more money!
This would be one of the worst things schools could do. These candies contain so many chemicals that make it difficult for students, to concentrate, pay attention, remember and learn. These same chemicals also produce problems with hyperactivity, behaviour,problems, aggression and defiance and have been known to flare up conditions such as Asthma, epilepsy, excma and hay fever. So if the teachers want to make their job harder, give the kids candy.
Sweet snacks should not be sold, (I mean unhealthy snacks: fruits are absolutely fine), because they only give short bursts of unstained energy, harm a student's ability to perform, and harm a student's overall health. Also, habits are formed from a young age. If a child is given access to these unhealthy foods from a young age, they will continue their unhealthy habits well into adulthood, which could eventually become fatal. Healthy eating habits should be learned from a young age, and monitored especially in school.