Parents at one South Carolina school are up in arms saying their kids were singled-out because of their size.
Kids got a letter asking them to attend a meeting about their weight. Then last week, they were called out over the intercom--one-by-one.
The school says they're just trying to prevent childhood obesity.
All students received a body mass screening, and it identified 40 students at risk of becoming obese.
The school decided to offer meetings with a nutritionist to discuss healthy eating.
The superintendent of the school district is backing parents saying the school didn't handle things properly.