Thursday, November 13, 2014
"Student photos of skimpy Michelle O lunches raise ire of parents"
Kyle Olson wrties ab out it at EAGnews.org:
"The school refused to allow the news station to show that day’s lunch servings. They wouldn’t even speak on camera.
Haskell superintendent Sharon Herrington defended the lunches off-camera, saying students are offered five items and they are required to take three. That means the chicken patty, glob of potatoes and milk would qualify as a complete lunch under the federal rules.
Students contend the salad bar offerings are skimpy and not 'fresh.'
The school wouldn’t allow that to be photographed, either."