The cafeteria at Batavia High School The district dropped the high school out of the National School Lunch Program to increase options and variety without being constrained by USDA rules

The cafeteria at Batavia High School. The district dropped the high school out of the National School Lunch Program to increase options and variety, without being constrained by USDA rules.

Batavia Public Schools removes high school from NSLP

District officials say the move offers increased variety and flexibility for students.

In July, Batavia School District 101, in Illinois, voted to remove Batavia High School from the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) to provide students more choices and flexibility in their meals.

The decision was made after representatives from the district’s foodservice provider, Quest Food Service, told board members two of the biggest reasons for the decline in the number of federal program meals sold at Batavia High School are continued restrictions on portion sizes and a

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