Seattle Public School’s Board is considering allowing student groups to sell items not in compliance with the district’s nutrition policies. With childhood obesity impacting up to 30% of our youth, should schools re-start promoting unhealthy foods? At the same time, student stores are relying on sales of unhealthy foods to fund uniforms, bus transportation to games, and in some cases prom. How can WE keep schools healthy and support student stores to make the money they need?
Current UPDATE and how you can help.
Click here for Seattle Times article (December 11, 2011)