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  • What type of government in Nigerian

    Ice cream that's good for you and it to provide no chips calories and fat which all kids need to stay in if it don't provide sheet that you or stopping so type of milk should be everyday search for everything without how much should be in school chocolate milk is good for you

  • Everyone likes it.

    It is better for one let kids eat out a little bit . Guess what my kids told me that he was writing about it and guess why ? He said that the school don't put change the food he said that the food never get's creative wow how do my kid know that

  • Let them eat it while they still can

    Schools have been getting healthier and healthier over the years. I remember being a little kid and getting adequate portions. In my high school years, have the meal was vegetables and fruit, and the meat and potatoes were half the size they used to be. I would always be so thankful to get home, so I could eat all of the good food I was missing all day. Chips, Quesadillas, ice cream, cheez-itz, whatever was filling. (not veggies) Oh I had such a need for food by the end of the day, hours before my family meal. I'd eat chips till the salsa ran out. If kids want to eat the good stuff in controlled portions during school, I say let them. They teach how to eat and exercise but they don't trust you to do it anymore.

  • Rewards are beneficial.

    Students who buy ice cream in school, not only gives more money to the school, but also can be something that makes school more enjoyable for the student. Eating ice cream before or after a test could potentially help calm the students nerves. While it may not be a healthy choice, nothing is stopping them from having it outside of school.

  • It may give them hyper

    No it may give them hyper and it will make them want to stay up all night and they will not have good grades when they are sleepy in school they will also forget what his or hers homework was and a lot of kids would like to jump around when they have sugar.


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