Rhode Island Schools Shape Up

Choices Magazine, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, September 21st, 2006

Rhode island schools shape up

A plate of fries and ketchup is no longer an option at Narragansett High. Instead, kids get fresh fruit, whole-wheat rolls, and salads. In the Foster-Glocester district, teachers can now request veggies and dip or fruit and cheese platters for classroom celebrations. Meanwhile, Martin Middle School in East Providence is offering students a new intramural program run by teachers. Schools across the state are creating healthier environments thanks to a new law passed in June 2005...

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