http://www.kmbc.com/news/body-mass-index-note-angers-7yearolds-mom/32016678 (VIDEO ink LINK) BELTON, Mo. —The leader of the Belton School District is promising changes after a girl came home from school with a note saying that her body mass index was too high. Kylee Moss' mother said she was infuriated when her daughter brought home the note from Hillcrest Elementary last Friday, along with a recommendation for healthy snacks and more physical activity. "She goes, 'Does this mean I'm fat?' and I said, 'No, this does not mean you are fat,'" said Amanda Moss. Kylee, 7, stands 3 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 54 pounds. Her mother said she's as active a second-grader as you're likely to see. "She is tiny. She has no body fat at all," said Amanda Moss. Body mass index, also known as BMI, is calculated by taking a person's weight and multiplying it by 703, then dividing that number by the person's height in inches. The government gives ranges for what's considered to be ideal, but it's a controversial calculation, especially in schools. "They send home a piece of paper that says, 'Here is a box. Your child doesn't fit into it. Here is what you should do to fit into the box,'" said Amanda Moss. Belton's superintendent said there is no malicious intent with the program, which is funded by a grant from Going Forward. Still, he said parents will now be notified of testing dates in advance and will have the chance to opt out. "Personal image is a big deal and if you are starting out a child at a very young age telling them they are overweight, it is a problem," said Amanda Moss. "It is absolutely unacceptable.