What would you do if your child's school told you that you couldn't come have lunch with your son or daughter anymore?
Some parents in Connecticut are grappling with that exact question after the superintendent of the Darien school district banned parents from making lunch visits to school, citing growing numbers of parents in school cafeterias.
Reaction has been mixed. Some parents agreed with the decision, saying parent lunch visits were disruptive and needed to end. But others have argued the ban deprives parents of quality time with their kids.
Do you know what the policy is in your child's school district? What do you make of the ban? Be sure to weigh in on Facebook or Twitter.