District had moved toward feeding from satellite kitchens, but critics say quality suffered.
Garden encourages students to try new foods.
Another example of the power of the student mob.
Mich. district selling 100 fewer lunches than last year.
Program brings in local produce from farmers' market.
Early healthy menu adopters show movement against childhood obesity.
Campus garden providing fresh produce for school lunch.
To answer complaints about hungry students, district offers free second helpings with caveats.
Packaged apple slices seem to be a successful solution.
Operators plan to add gluten-free options.
Comments from readers suggest controversy over new school meal regulations may just be heating up.
Chefs go back to school as part of local food week.
Survey says students prefer new meals 3 to 1 over previous school meals.
After boycotting school meals in September, students are beginning to return to lunch.
Hydroponic garden helps inspire students to the fruits of their labor.
New meal regs bring a host of new options to Fla. school.
District now uses paper plates and trays.
District in Utah made video to explain meal regs to students.
Daughter spends as much as $6 a day in cafeteria, father complains
Creating a sense of community and making the dining area fun draws students into purchasing school meals.