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Funds will go toward training programs that help school districts meet the new professional standards for cafeteria staff, as well as state programs that provide nutrition education, child care and...
The state’s Department of Human Services is requesting help from Tennesseans in fighting child hunger.
Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House committee that oversees child nutrition programs, is retiring from Congress next year, raising questions about the prospects for reauthorizing the...
Duke University students are reacting positively to the new additions, including Dame’s Chicken and Waffles, says Director of Dining Services Robert Coffey.
Brunch week, Mexican- and Italian-themed food, and a baked potato bar are concepts that Washington County Public Schools will offer for lunch this year on a revolving basis.
Officials at Oklahoma-based Edmond North High School said that it could take weeks before all of the repairs are made to the main cafeteria where the water main break occurred.
With some Beltway watchers fearing lawmakers won’t get to reauthorization before funding for school lunches expires this month, the School Nutrition Association re-emphasized the importance of acting...
The proposed 7,700-square-foot cafeteria would be domed, double as a safe room and seat 312 people, according to the district’s superintendent.
This fall, Petersburg City Public Schools is implementing the Breakfast in the Classroom program at three elementary schools.
Although Tami Hulcher liked that there were more fruits and vegetables on Henrico County Public Schools’ lunch menu, she didn’t like everything she saw.


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