James Cameron and his wife send their kids to a private school that made an announcement (at Chateau Marmont of all places) that they will be going all vegan at the school. No animal products whatsoever.
I just want to say my daughter's school is primarily vegetarian because it's majority Indian-American and many are Hindus and don't eat meat. So I am not opposed to however individuals want to eat. Have at it. But vegan living is very radical and you have to know how to get your proteins. To impose this belief on an entire school seems very radical and if you'll forgive me, cult-like. But this is Hollywood, and there's a reason most people down there are orange from the spray-tans. It's not a very individual way of life.
I know someone who raises her five children vegan. They are all healthy and happy, but their mom has lived and loved that lifestyle for years. She knows how to instill it properly. A vegan lifestyle isn't going to hurt a child for the day, but if you don't know how to properly feed yourself vegan, you may not get enough nutrients and protein to be healthy. Are they required to eat that way at home? Or can they bust out and get a burger?
Granted, most of the people who go to this school and their parents have probably never cooked their own meal in their life. So eating vegan is a matter of hiring a new chef. But what a strange thing to make universal so that you can attend a school.