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 6 years ago '04        #41
regularjoe 59 heat pts59
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 MissStush88 said:
Being a teacher I HAVE to comment

Yes we have the right to say something because at the end of the day, no they may not be our children we are with them more than they with their own families so aside from teaching them whats in the curriculum I feel it is our duty to ensure that the child is bein safe and educated in all areas. No we're not nutritionist but we wear many hats and even Stevie could see that this sugar sandwich is conducive for a child to come in and be able to perform adequately. Even if this maybe a one time occurrence at school, it makes one wonder what the child's eating habits may be at home and could def be a link to student's performance which in the end falls back on who ?! ME! Although the teacher that didnt make him the sandwich.

ERGO im trashin ne bullsh*t like such if its in my room. I understand the occasional sweets but this is a no no. Ive thrown away many a snacks and replaced them or gave up my lunch before lettin my babies eat crap.

And no im not one that hates and goes to my room and drinks a soda. I practice what i preach at least at school to the T ( slackin sometimes at home) because I know that from 730 to 215 that i am an example that others may follow.
So one form of sugar is ok, but not others? That's RIDICULOUS. I'd be willing to bet, if you add up the nutritional value overall, with the "snacks" in some kids lunches, added with the sugar, etc from different types of PB&J's the sugar content would be extremely high too. What about the sodium content from lunchables? Are you gonna stop those too? Sodium is more safe than sugar?

Ridiculous.
 6 years ago '06        #42
Yung Dilla 1498 heat pts1498
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 ronnie said:
hahahaha

momz used to make my bro and I sugar sandwiches... plain white bread, margarine and sugar. Fam was poor at the time but man those sandwiches were delicious.
Then you thought of boxden
 6 years ago '10        #43
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This sh*tlooks delicious rhe brewdlooks so moist it wulmcontrast so well with the smarties,plus kids dont even need nutrition, kids be living off dirt in africa yo
 6 years ago '11        #44
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Them niccas living in the Wonka Factory
 01-30-2012, 03:03 AM         #45
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[QUOTE=EscoNore;22085091]sh*t looks nasty...I remember I wasn't allowed to eat junk food in pre-k, I brought oreos to school one day, teacher caught me I looked at her like then ...no oreos :laughing9:
 6 years ago '10        #46
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wtf is wrong with people
 01-30-2012, 05:16 AM         #47
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I stop and eat lunch with my third grade son sometimes when I'm rained outta work.Has anyone seen the lunch that the school provides?The food is terrible and they don't even provide the 4 basic food groups.half of the time they don't even have any type of meat.They give them a breadstick with a little bit of cheese in it as the main portion,a couple pear slices and some corn.After I saw that sh*t my son brought his own lunch.my school taxes are high and get higher every year.wheres that money going?
 6 years ago '06        #48
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 regularjoe said:
So one form of sugar is ok, but not others? That's RIDICULOUS. I'd be willing to bet, if you add up the nutritional value overall, with the "snacks" in some kids lunches, added with the sugar, etc from different types of PB&J's the sugar content would be extremely high too. What about the sodium content from lunchables? Are you gonna stop those too? Sodium is more safe than sugar?

Ridiculous.
She never said one form of sugar is better than others, but "occasionally" it's fine, but not all the time. She didn't state she thought sodas were fine all the time.

You're right about the added contents of lunches. Fruit snacks plus juice boxes and pb+j's have lots of sugar when combined. Lots of parents don't realize this. Just because it's not a candy bar doesn't mean it's not loaded with sugar, that's why we have nutrition facts. Still, a damn candy sandwich sends a signal, and the signal is that "ok, well wtf else does this kid eat if his main course is candy?" I wouldn't act on it the first time, but I would watch what he eats every day and see if it was consistent.

Also, Lunchables do have a lot of sodium, but cheese and crackers have little sugar, if any. No one said sugar was worse. No one is talking about banning sugar, ie snacks or sodas, but if the main course is Pure Sugar, then you're gonna wanna make sure the kid is properly taken care of, at lease someone who cares about other's well beings. Yeah sodium is bad in large amounts, and honestly, Lunchables are crap too, but they are easy to put in a kid's lunch which is why they are popular.

School lunch in my area is pretty good. To the person that said they get a cheese stick as a main course at their kid's school, I imagine that some kind of federal or state lawsuit is in order. There's no excuse for that garbage.
 6 years ago '09        #49
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 IronMaiden said:
Schools need to worry less what kids are eating and worry about about education.

Over the past 10 years schools have been focusing more on the food they eat and what they drink over education, isn't your fu*king place to judge or have a say in what someones child eats/drinks, my niece got suspended for bringing a coke to school, because they ONLY allow water.

It needs to be both...


I'm actually surprised that people are asking why should a teacher/school representative care what a child puts into their body.
 6 years ago '11        #50
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thats what pe/gym is for other teachers need to do their job and actually teach someone something.
 6 years ago '05        #51
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If the kid does not appear to be sick, or obese the school should mind there business. Out of respect they should try talking to the parent one on one before reporting anything. I just wish the schools cared this much about the educating children.
 6 years ago '11        #52
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 ronnie said:
hahahaha

momz used to make my bro and I sugar sandwiches... plain white bread, margarine and sugar. Fam was poor at the time but man those sandwiches were delicious.
you too, haha times weren't hard but my grandma used to make those they were hella good, I guess it was something she did as a kid or something but sh*t had me hyper as fu*k

 DJ Maximum said:
damn times mustve been hard as hell i rather just eat toast n*gga
nah they were good though my grandma used to just give all the sweets had my parents salty like
 6 years ago '07        #53
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 ronnie said:
hahahaha

momz used to make my bro and I sugar sandwiches... plain white bread, margarine and sugar. Fam was poor at the time but man those sandwiches were delicious.
memories
 6 years ago '04        #54
Cutty Olds 7 heat pts
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 MissStush88 said:
Being a teacher I HAVE to comment

Yes we have the right to say something because at the end of the day, no they may not be our children we are with them more than they with their own families so aside from teaching them whats in the curriculum I feel it is our duty to ensure that the child is bein safe and educated in all areas. No we're not nutritionist but we wear many hats and even Stevie could see that this sugar sandwich is conducive for a child to come in and be able to perform adequately. Even if this maybe a one time occurrence at school, it makes one wonder what the child's eating habits may be at home and could def be a link to student's performance which in the end falls back on who ?! ME! Although the teacher that didnt make him the sandwich.

ERGO im trashin ne bullsh*t like such if its in my room. I understand the occasional sweets but this is a no no. Ive thrown away many a snacks and replaced them or gave up my lunch before lettin my babies eat crap.

And no im not one that hates and goes to my room and drinks a soda. I practice what i preach at least at school to the T ( slackin sometimes at home) because I know that from 730 to 215 that i am an example that others may follow.
Not for sure how school hours are where your from but

1. Your not with my children more than me...Pre-K get out at 12 o'clock here...and when I was in Illinois we go out at 2...we don't go to school until 8:30 and here I believe it's also 8:30...so you only have them for a 3/12 hours out of the day

2. If I decide to make a child a treat for lunch then I will....You have no idea why I did it in the first place. It could be for something as simple as tying his shoes or, actually speaking to me with several sentences in a different language im teaching him. The point is, you don't know so to just act on it with out find out the deal is a serious problem with someone like me.

Now...not saying you'd do that, but that's how I would come at a teacher if that was done to my kids. It's good though that the teachers noticed that sh*t...I can't justify just taking a kids lunch from them because YOU feel it's unhealthy...but, if the lil' tike is yamming on sh*t like this every time you see him...It needs to spoken on and taken for action. It should defintely raises some eyebrows...Cause some folks do be on that bullsh*t ,lol it's just a fact that some parents NEED parenting...
Ya'll got a hell of a job and to be honest, you should be expecting and getting more support from parents to make that job just a bit easier...

But your cute...so please don't call my house after 8am to discuss anything about my kids because I'm gonna take it as your trying to holla at me on the sly...


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 6 years ago '11        #55
4o 0z 4 heat pts
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 MissStush88 said:
Being a teacher I HAVE to comment

Yes we have the right to say something because at the end of the day, no they may not be our children we are with them more than they with their own families so aside from teaching them whats in the curriculum I feel it is our duty to ensure that the child is bein safe and educated in all areas. No we're not nutritionist but we wear many hats and even Stevie could see that this sugar sandwich is conducive for a child to come in and be able to perform adequately. Even if this maybe a one time occurrence at school, it makes one wonder what the child's eating habits may be at home and could def be a link to student's performance which in the end falls back on who ?! ME! Although the teacher that didnt make him the sandwich.

ERGO im trashin ne bullsh*t like such if its in my room. I understand the occasional sweets but this is a no no. Ive thrown away many a snacks and replaced them or gave up my lunch before lettin my babies eat crap.

And no im not one that hates and goes to my room and drinks a soda. I practice what i preach at least at school to the T ( slackin sometimes at home) because I know that from 730 to 215 that i am an example that others may follow.
throwin the kids food in the trash? not only does tht seem like abuse of power, it promotes waste. if you're so adamant on setting examples, why not explain why its unhealthy&hold the snack til the end of the day? maybe talk to the parent & ask them why theyr sending their kid to school with snacks instead of food? unless you're gettin 2the root of the problem, the kids jss gnna think yer a power trippin as*hole&hide his lunch frm you instead of makin better eating choices

schools shld jss give free lunch to all kids; do you kno how much of tht sh*t they waste? i remembr all through my public school years they wld MAKE me get white milk&a side even wen i told thm i aint wnt the sh*t; theyd tell me jss to throw it away if i ddnt eat it.
instead of moderating wht kids bring in, schools needa come up with some alternatives of wht theyr actually serving to where there wont be a need for kids to bring something inthe 1st place

but 'smartie' sandwich? gtfo


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 6 years ago '10        #56
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When the child can't behave in class and is all hyper because of all the sugar in the kids system i think the teacher does have a right to regulate the amount of sugar the children should eat.
 6 years ago '07        #57
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I think EVERYBODY should go through at least ONE parenting class before they are allowed to bring their new born baby home from the hospital. Bad parenting leads to so many problems in society.
 01-30-2012, 09:41 AM         #58
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Slow day in the news i guess?
 01-30-2012, 10:07 AM         #59
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 dopemcee said:
dumbest sh*t i ever read...

is this ALL the kid eats EVERYDAY?? whats wrong wit hthe kid eating it once in a while? he/she's gonna die as a result of it?


swear this constant need to police every damn thing in ppl's lives jsut make me sick...
I agree with this, n*ggas acting like it's all the kid ever eats.... Dayum though, school finna fine parents for ONE sandwich...

 Danation said:
When the child can't behave in class and is all hyper because of all the sugar in the kids system i think the teacher does have a right to regulate the amount of sugar the children should eat.
Children are hyper naturally, they're young and have lots of energy, gtfo with that bullsh*t. Can't wait until you have kids and give them Ritalin and then 5 years later you realize your kid has trouble concentrating in everyday tasks because of the Ritalin use.


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 01-30-2012, 10:14 AM         #60
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 jkidd0055 said:
you can tell the parents love their kids if they took the time to cut the crust
:applause:


I always though the crust was the best part... :dancingcool:

I use to put chocolate spread over my crust
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