Pennsylvania School District Threatens to Legally Kidnap Children Unless Parents Pay-Up Overdue Lunch Bills

Child seizure, Bill Clinton and Janet Reno style.

Oddly enough, America’s favorite/least favorite Communists in Congress (AKA: AOC Plus Three) haven’t been raising a stink over these potential child separations slated to take place in Luzerne County, PA’s Wyoming Valley West School District.

To the chagrin of roughly 1,000 parents, they’ve received written notification that unless they pony-up their outstanding school lunch bill with the district, their child/children will be snapped-up by government officials and shipped off to foster care.

As reported by the Associated Press (via KRQE of Albuquerque, NM);

A Pennsylvania school district is warning that children could end up in foster care if their parents do not pay overdue school lunch bills.

The letters sent recently to about 1,000 parents in Wyoming Valley West School District have led to complaints from parents and a stern rebuke from Luzerne County child welfare authorities.

The district says that it is trying to collect more than $20,000, and that other methods to get parents to pay have not been successful. Four parents owe at least $450 apiece.

The letter claims the unpaid bills could lead to dependency hearings and removal of their children for not providing them with food.

“You can be sent to dependency court for neglecting your child’s right to food. The result may be your child being taken from your home and placed in foster care,” the letter read.

A Pennsylvania school district is under fire after sending parents a letter in which they threatened to report them to Dependency Court if they did not pay their children’s delinquent lunch debt. (Photo: Facebook)

2 thoughts on “Pennsylvania School District Threatens to Legally Kidnap Children Unless Parents Pay-Up Overdue Lunch Bills

  1. sue the school and arrest the person who wrote that letter. that is child-endangerment and child-trafficking!.

    secondly. schools provide lunch tickets for those who can’t afford daily lunches!

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