It's time to reconsider how 'rewards' affect children's health
By The Staff
Tuesday, November 11, 2008 at 7:00 pm
Pizza parties, candy and soft drinks - that's what teachers have routinely given their students as rewards for exceptional performance and behavior. It's been that way for years. And although local schools have made strides in providing healthier foods and eliminating some of the junk that students are exposed to, it is still very common for a "Student of the Month" or a child who has earned all of their accelerated reader points to receive those types of rewards.
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