One policy that caught my eye while doing this research is the California Childhood Obesity Prevention Act because it’s implemented by the San Francisco Unified School District. It’s a nutrition policy that began on August 2003. This policy concentrates on how the “school district income and how students participate in the “federally subsidized” school lunch program. This policy was developed due to the increase levels on children’s overweight in the United States. Research has proven that the causes of overweight in “school- aged” kids has been associated with low levels of physical activity, poor eating, and the consumptions of fast food and soda. With this research finding the U.S ranked in the top three countries which students at school consume junk food. This law eliminates soda sales at elementary and middle schools when school is in session. They couldn’t pass the law in high school because some school has off campus lunch. For example it is stated, “Schools are responsible for administrating at least one third of a child’s food intake during the school day, and they can function as educational and role models for healthier choices” (Wojcicki & Heyman, 2006). This is true that staff and the administration should keep an eye on what the students are consuming while they are in their supervisor. The reason for this is that kids spent most of their day at school then some might go to an afterschool program and if they see that staff is not observing them they might eat junk food.The SFUSD took the California Childhood Obesity Prevention Act to a whole other level by getting rid of foods that don’t meet the lightest amount of the federals nutrition. This law just doesn’t ban during school hours but also for events. For examples some foods that don’t meet the nutrition standards are chewing gum, soda water, and several types of candies. Lastly, the California Childhood Obesity Prevention Act that prevents schools having unhealthy foods has the following strengths removes the unhealthy food that is being sold at school during school hours and events. Also that the district took it to another level by doing what they did because they want to play a factor on preventing kids obesity. Also if the kids see that their is healthy food at school they might want to eat more of the healthier choices. Some weaknesses is what is done when a child that brings home lunches that doesn’t meet the school requirements? Another thing is when the students go on a fieldtrip and they are allowed to bring money to buy stuff. are they allowed to buy junk food if teachers aren’t monitoring? Overall this program is great and it’s primary prevention because it’s trying to prevent students from being obese also if kids are obese it’s also reducing it because it eliminating the temptation.