School Blasts Mom for Giving Daughter Oreos

You blocks, you stones, you worse than senseless things–do you still not know enough to keep your children out of the hands of modern educators?

Here’s a little tidbit from yet another public school, the Children’s Academy in Aurora, Colorado.

Here school officials spotted a 4-year-old girl with a little pack of Oreos in her lunchbox. Apparently they wouldn’t let the child eat the lunch her mother packed, and sent it home untouched–along with a stern note to the mother, which we quote here, via ABC News:

“Dear Parents, It is very important that all students have a nutritious lunch. This is a public school setting and all children are required [emphasis added] to have a fruit, a vegetable and a healthy snack from home, along with milk. If they have potatoes, the child will also need bread to go along with it. [Bread and potatoes? Are they kidding? No wonder there’s an obesity epidemic.] Lunchables, chips, fruit snacks, and peanut butter are not considered to be a healthy snack. This is a very important part of our program and we need everyone’s participation.” ( )

Not only are they arrogant, high-handed, and imperious: they’re also full of ca-ca. Bread and potatoes!

You’d think people would have enough self-respect that they would not put up with this. How dare these public hirelings treat us like this–we, the poor devils who have to pay their salaries and fund their pensions so they can retire at 50, when most of us have no more hope of a pension than we have of being granted super-powers?

I noticed that the only parent involved in the story is the mommy. Was dear old Dad just totally irrelevant, or is there no daddy in the picture–as is true nowadays of so many of our new-fangled, patched-together-according-to-the-wisdom-of-our-depraved-culture substitutes for families?

Here is a fact. Consider it well.

The deconstruction of our culture begins with public schooling and popular entertainment.

Together they give us what we’ve got.

12 comments on “School Blasts Mom for Giving Daughter Oreos

    1. I couldn’t tell from the ABC News report whether the child was allowed to eat anything at all. But it wouldn’t be the first time “teachers” took away the lunch packed by the child’s mother and didn’t replace it.

  1. If that were my child, it would be the last time something like that would have been allowed to happen, guaranteed. Whatever it would take, there would be correction immediately. When my sons and grandsons were in school, they heard from us if they did something wrong.( though nothing this drastic ever happened back then). It has really gone to hell in a handbasket since those days.

    1. Amazing, isn’t it, that 100 years ago, it was the teachers’ unions (!) that blocked the insane schemes of education theorists.

      How insane were some of those schemes? Well, we’re seeing it now.

  2. I agree…totally ridiculous! Guess someone better call the nutrition police. We have peanut butter in our fridge and I just bought some oreos for a treat. I must be a bad parent.

  3. The entire concept of the public school system is unraveling before our eyes. It was bad in my childhood, a ridiculous waste of time where I learned 2-3 years worth of information in 12 years time. Nowadays it is infinitely worse, with lunatics running the asylums.

    Why is it that home schooled children learn faster and more efficiently than children corralled into a school? Simple, schools don’t work all that well. When violence breaks out in schools it’s a terrible tragedy, but what do they expect when kids are locked up for 6+ hours a day and forced into associating with other children. What if, instead, children were taught by their parents and then mentored individualally as they learned marketable skills?

    1. Uh, hello! Stupid white people–do not ever go to that bar again. Not ever.

      We paid our reparations, thank you, on a hundred Civil War battlefields.

      We’re not gonna pay them again.

  4. President Trump is leading the way in breaking the federal unions stronghold on its members. The Supreme Court is to rule on a case, if won, will make union dues optional instead of mandatory (based on a member’s right not to give money for political causes he does not believe in). He, along with Betsy Ross, is moving the needle of gov’t education toward choice and privatization. Hey, if we can have privatized prisons, why not schools that are run like prisons. Pray for our current President!!!

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