And they are planning to intentionally deprive those children of meat at least one day a week.
Now, if that isn't bad enough, let's look at this practice in combination with some other alarming school related policies simmering around the country.
In Philadelphia, the principals are being graded on the number of Breakfasts the school district serves.
Breakfast participation will be part of the report card that rates principals each year, along with categories such as attendance and math and reading performance.
Here's a sample breakfast from the Philadelphia School District:
I'm looking really hard for some protein or saturated fats. Nada. In case you are unaware of the history of the Graham cracker, take a few minutes to be amused. Of vegetarians, by vegetarians, for vegetarians. For the suppression of sexual urges. Hmm. All other health/carbohydrate problems aside, do you think maybe the school district has some ulterior motives in pushing this dish so prominently?
Back on track. So far, we have in these two school districts a real drive toward a high carb, low protein, low healthy fat diet, extended to breakfast.
Now let's not forget the president's recent push to extend the school day. If the children are going to school until 5 pm, is it a stretch at all to anticipate that soon the government would be feeding them supper as well?
Meatless, of course.
Beyond the weird anti-paleo dogma, meat is expensive. And if those anti-paleos have their way, it will be even more expensive once cap and trade sets in. So of course, school districts will jump on any band wagon that allows them to cut corners in their mandate to feed the children. Just like they are cutting corners in their mandate to feed the prisoners.
In fact, it may have already begun.
"Children are the next targets.” Fallon cites an Illinois school district pilot lunch program that is using textured soy protein instead of meat in popular dishes such as chili, spaghetti sauce, lasagna and imitation chicken nuggets.
Meatless Monday, Tofu Tuesday, Wimpy Wednesday, Tired Thursday and Fat Friday.