"Sometimes day care requests, although well-intended, can place additional mental loads or pressures on moms," the video's creator told Newsweek.
Pictures of the chicken tenders that the children were served for their school lunch show how the middle is clearly raw, pink and shiny.
"Today, my first grader's school prioritized dress coding her over feeding her," the mother, Harlie, alleged.
"He's come home starving and it has stressed him out that he didn't get his own lunch," wrote the concerned mom.
"Ah yes, the three lunchtime essentials. Yellow, brown, and black nutrient logs," one Redditor joked.
"I'd push this," a Redditor said. "Moving your child isn't enough. The teacher should at minimum face investigation and ideally be dismissed."
"Dylan, if you're out there, I'm sorry man," said the poster of the video viewed more than 7 million times.
New York's St. Patrick's Day parade this week was the first since 2019, after the annual event was cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The number of meals served during the labor dispute was only four percent of what the district's school meal program typically distributes.
School meals give children energy to learn. It is only through education that any country can advance.
Just as children have returned to schools for another semester, parents are struggling to get their hands on favorite lunchtime meal-kit Lunchables.
From various legal acts to food trends to budget cuts, see how the way kids eat at school has changed over the last century and beyond.
One of the reasons President Donald Trump lashed out at federal guidelines for reopening schools Tuesday is because it urges all kids to bring lunch from home, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters Wednesday.
On Tuesday, people across social media criticized a "feel-good story" about an 8-year-old boy who was able to eliminate student lunch debt at seven total schools.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) introduced the The Universal School Meals Act Tuesday, which would mandate free meals for all U.S. school children, regardless of family income.
"We have spoken with our cafeteria staff already about how to handle things, maybe differently," the school principal said.
Schools will be eligible under a federal program that provides reimbursement for every free breakfast and lunch.
The Pennsylvania school district that came under fire last week for threatening to send kids to foster care for delinquent lunch debts turned down an offer by someone to pay them off.
A Pennsylvania school district threatened parents of 1,000 children a court hearing and possible removal to foster care if delinquent lunch debts are not settled.
A 9-year-old used money that otherwise would have paid for sports equipment.
All five employees allegedly involved in the fraud are connected to the same school district in Maryland.