District uses family-style meals to cut back on long lunch lines

The sit-down meals help students take time and enjoy their lunch before rushing off to their next class.
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Franklin High School in Franklin, Va., has begun serving family-style meals to help alleviate long lunch lines, WTKR reports. 

Once a month, students skip the cafeteria line and head straight to the tables, where food has already been laid out. 

Officials say that the family-style meals allow students to take time and enjoy their meal because their lunch period is only 20 minutes long.

Read the full story via wtkr.com.

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