Florida School To Stop Giving Kids Mountain Dew Before Tests

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Florida School To Stop Giving Kids Mountain Dew Before Tests

Amid concerns that the practice doesn’t comply with state law, Creel Elementary School in Florida has ceased giving students small cups of Mountain Dew before the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, which were intended as a motivational treat. What do you think?

  • “Glad to hear someone fixed the flaw in standardized testing.”

    Kristen Hahn
    Estate Conservator
  • “Good. The Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test is X-treme enough as it is.”

    Nolan Anfanger
    Posting Clerk
  • “That’s bullshit. Mountain Dew is supposed to be given afterwards as a reward for doing well.”

    Adrian Hines