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The coordinator will be in charge of helping around 1,000 students choose healthy foods through field trips and other activities.
Students at six schools will be able to use the devices to enter dining halls this fall. 

The bills would help form a share table initiative in each school and alter the federal 2012 guidelines.
Twelve chefs competed to create dishes that accommodate school nutrition regulations and a budget of $1.25 per meal.
Gundersen Health System will provide breakfast and lunch to kids throughout the summer.
An estimated 500 schools are now required to offer breakfast during the school day.
The company will no longer offer plastic straws at its 1,000 cafes and restaurants.
The department’s new minimum wage is $16.50 an hour.
Culinary students will help staff with menu development and food production.
The free meals are sponsored by organizations such as the district’s farm-to-school program.

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