FSD K-12 Spotlight

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Pa. district rolls out plans to boost breakfast participation

The strategy includes adjusting schedules.

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N.Y. parents allege breakfast program robs kids of education

Although free breakfasts should take no more than 15 minutes, parents at PS 343, the Peck Slip School, say it takes as much as 30.

North Middle School students can choose from a variety of food, including fruit, vegetables, proteins and breakfast.

One of the provisions of the Food Recovery Act encourages schools to buy lower-priced “ugly produce.”

Not only do Twin Lakes Elementary School students grow and harvest fresh produce in their ‘food forest’ for lunch, they also take home items weekly.

A canvass of students at one school found preferences ranging from Subway to Golden Corral.

Granville High School senior Chris Carlson is spearheading a project to raise tilapia in an aqua farm inside a school greenhouse.

K-12 operators describe some of the challenges they’ve resolved some of the challenges of adding evening meals.

Broward County Public Schools’ new program is a mouthful: Eat Smart Broward Go, Slow, Whoa!

Students in some Kansas schools are learning about agriculture from local farmers this week as part of National School Lunch Week.

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