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The related links has the story. Child obesity is becoming epidemic in the United States. Is this something we should implement here? Schools in Denver have already alerted the parents of children who scored poorly on basic health examinations. Is this right or does it cause unnecessary embarrassment? How involved should the school be in your kids health? Who is to blame for out of shape kids?
YOUR TEXTS: "I think it'd be great for notification of some kind to go home from a school nurse. Parents need to stop being so easily offended about this topic and stop making excuses like they're child is big boned. It's a touchy subject but has got to be dealt with"
"Teachers have a tremendous impact on children in many ways. Mailing health assessment results may put a stop to obesity and an uncomfortable future life."