Kyle Bradford saw that a friend didn't care for the cheese sandwich he'd been served in the lunch room at California's Weaverville Elementary School. So Bradford offered him part of his chicken burrito, which also came from the lunch room. School officials caught him and gave Bradford detention. Tom Barnett, superintendent for the Trinity Alps School District, says school policy bans students from sharing food because of hygiene issues as well as the possibility some students might have food allergies.
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