Parents will notice changes with the grab-and-go meal program at a Florida school district. School staff is now using a tracker to make sure parents are not cheating the system after parents were busted selling the food online.
“We had some individuals who made undesired behaviors last week, but we stand ready with new organizational controls you know hats off to operations and the IT department for helping us with this process,” said Hillsborough Schools Superintendent Addison Davis.
A Florida school district is cracking down on its free school meal program after it caught parents selling the food online.
Several sites ran out of food at the meal pickup last week, prompting officials to get to the bottom of the shortage.
District officials found parents selling the food online and parents who had the food stockpiled in their cars.
Parents now have to provide their child’s name and school ID number before they can pick up food, and they are not allowed to pick up more than once. More
Stupidest thing in the world for idiots to think this could go any other way. To take the responsibility away from worthless parents from feeding their kids only gives them the opportunity to become worse than worthless parents! Dear God Dems are dumb!😓https://t.co/TtLpigs6Nl
— 🏗 Skyhook 🇺🇸 (@SkyhookMike) April 22, 2020
They should have required identification in the first place that’s a no-brainer. The lockdown is showing very clearly that our public schools’ two most essential functions are babysitter and meal provider.
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This is so sad parents are selling food that should be going into there children’s mouth!! They shouldn’t have those children that’s for sure!! Just a disgrace
— amanda j (@amandaj42616094) April 22, 2020
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