Little Village Academy, a public elementary school in Chicago, banned its students from bringing their own lunches. Except for those with food allergies and other medical concerns, students are only allowed to eat meals served at the cafeteria. The school claims these meals to be more nutritious than the lunches the students bring. Principal Elsa Carmona told theĀ Chicago Tribune that she created this policy after seeing students bring chips and sodas for lunch to field trips.

PHOTO: Flickr.com/monica
PHOTO: Flickr.com/monica