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Dalene Bowden, who was allegedly let go for serving a lunch to a student with no money, will not return to Pocatello-Chubbuck School District.
Upon state board approval, the $15 wage will start phasing in as soon as February.
The funds will help alleviate food insecurity at schools in southern Arkansas.
The honor went to an 11-year veteran whose signatures include a feedback mechanism on student menus.
Students will have more of a say of what’s on their menus.
A food fight is happening at Oberlin College over dishes deemed insensitive.
Daniel Giusti’s new company, Brigaid, will renovate school kitchens and staff them with professional chefs.
The six-week program teaches students about health, nutrition and how to prepare nutritious meals.
The attack would have taken place in Riverside City College’s cafeteria in 2011, Syed Farook’s longtime neighbor said.
The program had been in place at Woodrow Wilson Middle School for 20 years.

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