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Although no further comment was given about the incident, Hayward High School officials say they allow no student to go hungry.
The University of California–Santa Barbara’s program will host weekly workshops teaching students how to cook, shop on a budget, manage debt and navigate the campus’ foodservice.
Nearly half of respondents believe students do not have enough time to eat.
Jeff Kurto’s plans include serving more personalized, health-oriented and flavorful items at Union College.
Testudo’s Kosher Korner caters to one of the largest Jewish student populations in the nation, officials say.
Mark Petrino will assume his new role in February.
Officials trying to bring the Games to Los Angeles are proposing the dining rooms and on-site restaurants feed the athletes.
The money will be used to provide more summertime meals and fund automatic enrollment in the school lunch program.
Flint Community Schools has been giving its 10,000 students bottled water since September.
The program seeks to help students eat well and prepare healthy meals by educating them on nutrition, cuisine, farming and art.

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