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The program targets families who don’t qualify for free or reduced-price meals, but are still struggling financially.
Auer Avenue School teamed up with a local chef to bring hot breakfasts to students each week.
Members plan to introduce a bill that would take processed items out of public school cafeterias.
Local residents join second-graders for a meal twice a week.
The governor’s office is allotting $900,000 in mini grants to expand the programs.
Satya Menard has been with the company for 20 years.
Schools in which at least 70% of students qualify for free or reduced-price meals will now have to offer the program.
This is the first time the organization has awarded an institution five stars.
Officials hope the meals will increase campus safety and provide a way for officers to connect with the school community.
The renovation will include a new paint job, equipment and a side window with an awning.

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