In what is increasingly becoming a larger issue, unpaid meal accounts and the policies districts put into place to take care of such debt is gaining attention—and not for the right reasons. New Mexico recently became the first state to enact...
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“Steel cows” save 400,000 milk cartons annually, districtwide.
Baton Rouge’s Lee Magnet High has three annex buildings an impractical distance from the cafeteria, so machines that dispense reimbursable meal combos help solve the access difficulty.
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