Suburban school district votes to leave National School Lunch Program

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We probably all remember making fun of the food in the school cafeteria but in one of the state’s biggest districts, it’s no joke. Students don’t want it, so the school board says they don’t have to eat it.
The Township High School District 214 school board is saying no the National Healthy Lunch program and no to the $900,000 dollars in federal funding that comes with it.

The vote to bail on the program was unanimous.

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