Pizza for Belmont student rehearsal gets federal OK
"There's nothing wrong nutritionally with pizza per se that would violate any guidelines," Dreyer said. "Nothing the principle ordered violated the guidelines."
School Board chair Heidi Hutchinson said Saturday she would ask Clary to contact the New Hampshire Union Leader, but no contact was made.
Dreyer reiterated Monday that government policies now strictly enforced forbid rewarding students with food and prohibit feeding unhealthy foods on any occasion. It's part of the federal government's action to fight childhood obesity, she said.
School district officials will continue to work to inform parents and residents of the district about the decision to make sure residents understand the intent of the food rules and explain when they need to be applied.
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