The Palo Alto (CA) School District may eliminate foodservice at some schools or raise lunch prices because of a $600,000 annual deficit

The Palo Alto (CA) School District may eliminate foodservice at some schools or raise lunch prices because of a $600,000 annual deficit, reports the Palo Alto Weekly. The program, managed by Chartwells, has suffered from chronic low participation rates.

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