The more than 900 students at Glenwood Springs High School now have access to modestly priced school breakfasts and lunches

The more than 900 students at Glenwood Springs High School now have access to modestly priced school breakfasts and lunches.

After two decades, high school brings back school lunch and breakfast

After 22 years, Glenwood Springs High School is again participating in the National School Lunch Program.

Foodservice operations in open campus high schools share a common challenge: If students aren’t required to stay on campus for lunch, they typically don’t, especially if there’s a bevy of fast food and deli options nearby.

This was the case at Glenwood Springs High School (GSHS) in Colorado, part of the Roaring Fork School District. And so GSHS has not participated in the National School Lunch Program for the past 22 years. (GSHS was the only one of the district&rs

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