Two Wisconsin Schools Plan to Leave School Lunch Program

Waterford Graded and High Schools will continue to serve low-income students while cutting cost of complying with federal mandates.

The Waterford (WI) Graded and High School Districts will leave the National School Lunch Program in the 2014-15 school year following the votes of their respective school boards, reports the Journal Times. The Graded District, with a 19% free/reduced rate, and the High School District, with a 14% free/reduced rate,

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