New Jersey schools can no longer refuse to serve students breakfast or lunch, no matter how delinquent their payment accounts are, without first notifying parents, reports NJ.com. A new law, signed on Feb. 5th by Gov. Chris Christie after it passed by both houses of the state legislature, requires districts to give a student's parent or guardian notice when
New Jersey Law Requires Notification Schedule on Delinquent Student Meal Accounts
The first notice gives parents 10 days to pay before a second warning giving a week's notice before cutoff.