School Lunch Program Opt Outs Sound Similar Theme

From private high schools in Missouri to public districts in Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Colorado and Wyoming, school districts are exploring the pros and cons of withdrawing from the National School Lunch Program.

Notre Dame Regional High School in Cape Girardeau, MO, and and Saxony Lutheran High School in Jackson, MO, are two of the latest schools to opt out of the Federal School Lunch Program, as reported by the Southeast Missourian. Both schools have made agreements with local restaurants to provide meals to students and both say they have seen an increase in the number of students and faculty served. Both also

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