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Officials at St. Joseph School District say breakfast participation has increased by about 100 meals per day despite a dip in enrollment.
At the University of Seattle in Tacoma, they’re voicing fears the proposed wage would cut hours or eliminate their jobs altogether.
Cheshire Public Schools is using bar codes on ID cards to move students through cafeteria lines more quickly, according to the New Haven Register News.
Wichita Public Schools' new Build Your Own Lunch option is available once a week and features several items including hamburgers, burritos and noodle bowls...
Arlington Public Schools had parents taste the foods their children typically are served for lunch, including chicken sandwiches, smoothies, sweet potato tots and catfish.
In a letter, Mayor Bill de Blasio urged Congress on Tuesday to reauthorize the Child Nutrition Act, calling school lunch programs some of the most important tools for ensuring a long, healthy life.
Food trucks have been temporarily serving Honolulu Community College’s campus as school officials struggled to find a new provider.
Anderson High School plans to open the Nacho Average Food Truck this month, where students will have access to dishes such as tacos, chili-lime melon and zesty black beans.
For the next two weeks, Dubuque Community School District will serve locally sourced watermelon, bell peppers, carrots, apples and cabbage.
Students a South Seattle College serve up French-inspired dishes for less than $10 at Alhadeff Grill.

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