The amount a child needs to drink as it can vary greatly, due to factors including age, gender, the weather and how much physical activity they do. It is advised that kids aged 4-13 aim to drink approximately 6-8 glasses of fluid a day in addition to the water included in the food in their diet. Younger kids need relatively small drinks (. 150 ml serving) Benelam B & Wyness L (2010) Hydration and health: a review. British Nutrition Foundation Nutrition Bulletin 35, 3-25 . The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has developed the below set of fluid requirements for children of different ages EFSA (European Food Standards Agency) (2010) Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values for Water. EFSA Journal 8(3), 1459 .
In 2014, the incorporated suburbs of Arlington, Bartlett, Collierville, Germantown, Lakeland, and Millington broke away from the Unified System and formed their own municipal districts. Their residents had previously voted in favor of creating municipal school districts, and all voted to pass the related sales tax hike except for Millington, which narrowly rejected the sales tax hike by three votes.  On November 27, 2012, . district court Judge Samuel Mays voided this vote since the state law passed at the time applied only to a specific area (which is unconstitutional). The Tennessee state legislature passed the law again, to include all of the state. All six suburbs voted again for the municipal districts and started classes on August 4, 2014.