It used to be when someone in your elementary school class had a birthday, cupcakes or Munchkins were enjoyed by all. Well, times have changed and things aren't so "sweet" as many school districts are banning birthday treats and food of any kind from the classroom.
Officials in a southern New Jersey school district are investigating a parent's claim that a teacher forced a 5-year-old girl to eat a bagel that was pulled out of the trash, as her classmates watched.
In what was dubbed, "Webcamgate," the Lower Merion School District in Pennsylvania allegedly used remotely activated cameras in laptops furnished by the school district to record the activity of students without their knowledge.
The idea is to get more New Jersey schools participating in the federally-funded school breakfast program. A new study finds that serving the meal in the classroom after the morning bell could be the answer.
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