Perhaps you heard of the lunchroom nanny in North Carolina.
Well, you don’t have to go that far to find the kids’ lunch food police.
At one Woodstock elementary school, a lunchroom nanny disapproved of the brownie that a child brought with her home-packed lunch.
I don’t know the admonishment, but the little person was told by someone in authority that it was not good for her and she couldn’t eat it.
From my college days I know about the in loco parentis (in place of the parent), but the parent made the meal. The parent’s intention was clear.
Where does a District 200 employee get off telling the child he/she can’t eat a brownie?