Parents are divided after a little boy received a note praising his family for packing a ‘healthy lunch’.
The ‘star pass’ praised the prep student’s parents for packing him ‘great healthy food’.
Comprising of chopped up carrot, apples, cucumber and cheese and pikelets, the meal clearly hit all nutritional bases – but whether it needed to be singled out is the question many have been asking.
Parents were soon divided over the note with some labelling it condescending, shared Daily Mail.
‘Oh my God, what? I’d be so appalled – what are we like ten?’ Wrote one user.
‘I know teachers are trying to promote healthy habits but this is so condescending,’ said another.
Others disagreed saying rewarding parents for keeping health paramount can only be a good thing.
‘This is awesome. Too often we see on Facebook about parents being told the food they sent to school isn’t acceptable,’ one said.
‘It’s fantastic that this school is taking the opposite approach, hopefully more will do this than what has been going on.’
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