On Tuesday, the auditor general revealed despite school cafeterias offering healthier food choices, their sales have plummeted by 25-45 per cent because high school students go to fast food places instead.
Wednesday, the province is trying to figure out why things aren't working and how things can move forward so your kids aren't eating fries every day.
Ontario has based their healthy school strategy on jurisdictions where it's worked before. Education Minister Liz Sandals says that's because the healthy options cafeterias offered were tasty.
So Sandals wants to make sure there are a variety of options in place that are good for kids. But the Auditor General found the healthy options at schools in fact, have high salt and fat content.
Sandals offers its something that needs to be monitored.
She says school boards should have periodic check-ins with contracted out cafeteria services to make sure they're serving the right kind of food.
The Auditor also revealed the province doesn't monitor if your kids get 20 minutes of daily exercise at school. Sandals says, in general, the province is trying to find more solutions to make sure your kids have access to a healthier lifestyle.