Cafeteria Worker Quits Over 'Lunch Shaming' Policy

A cafeteria worker at a Pennsylvania elementary school quit her job after she was required to take a hot lunch away from a student who had fallen behind on payment.
0:44 | 09/21/16

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Stacy equal tsk and quit last week because a new school district rule forced her to deny a hot lunch to a first grader because his account was overdrawn. She says the moment she had to do it. And broke her heart. He could say anything I you know I just put that. T so much on this train and he just that's when he just look in his eyes welled up. Justice says the policy is wasteful because wants a child touches a tray of food. It can't be searching anyone else she's hoping the attention that she's bringing to the policy would stop other school districts from adopting the same thing. A lot of parents you know and bring up this issue of children and luncheon. How do you realize there's such a policy that existed from.

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