There’s only one thing to do when the kids won’t eat their vegetables: bribe them.
At least that’s what some Colorado schools are doing now that Michelle Obama’s Healthy and Hunger Free Kids Act has scared students away from their school lunch programs, according to KUSA.
Jefferson County Public Schools now has a ‘Hungry to Win’ raffle program, EagNews reports. Each time a student buys a lunch, they are entered in the raffle for a chance to win prizes such as jump ropes, kites, iTunes gift cards, and even bicycles and iPods.
‘With all the new regulations and the changes that we’ve made, our lunch participation has gone down, Lori Burris, Jeffco Schools lunch facilitator, told KUSA. ‘So, this was to be an incentive to try school lunch and maybe bring them back.’
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