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Old 09-24-2011, 12:04 AM - Thread Starter
 
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The problem is at snack time, mid morning, 4 out of the 5 days a week, it a MUFFIN!

 

Those aren't healthy?  It's a blueberry with fake blue berries or today it was Chocolate so my 11 yr old daughter just went without a snack.

She's super healthy, doesn't eat Sugar.  I've spoke to a few parents and they are like 'what's wrong with a dang muffin?'

 

Am I being too picky? (It's expensive tuition)

 

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I would pack her a snack and give the school a list of acceptable alternatives.

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Our school also provides what I consider to be really unhealthy breakfasts (muffins are some of the best choices).  My kids bring their own breakfast.


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