Wyoming Kids May Be Missing Out On The Most Important Meal Of The Day

It's often said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but too many Wyoming kids are missing out – according to the new School Breakfast Scorecard from the Food Research and Action Center. Up to 14 thousand low-income children eligible for free school breakfast aren't being served. Food Share Program President Gloria McAdam.

McAdam says nearly 100 percent of the breakfast costs for low-income children are covered by federal funding, and schools often just need a nudge from the public to put a breakfast program in place.

McAdam says schools also need to offer the children the opportunity to eat the breakfast in the classroom, since many low-income kids arrive by bus, which doesn’t allow enough time to go to the cafeteria.

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I'm Supposed to Replace a Lazy Parent?

So... the "federal government" has a big money tree behind the Whte House that someone shakes once in a while and gathers up enough money to buy milk and cereal for a passel of kids... kids whose parents are too lazy or stupid to dump cheerios and milk in a bowl?
Sorry pal, but I don't buy the baloney that these "poor" fok's can't take care of the kiddies they bring into the world.


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