9 Hacks For Better After School Snacking

Just this school year, the Pleasant Valley School District implemented a policy that, according to Cindy Lewis, director of elementary education, gives parents confidence in what their children will eat in the classroom. Pleasant Valley has had guidelines for some time for snacks being brought into schools. But after an advisory team meeting in 2017, the list was tweaked even more.

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