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More than 23,000 students would no longer be automatically enrolled for free or reduced-price meals, according to a recent memo.
The state recently introduced legislation that would prohibit districts from the practice.
Officials hope that the policy will help the district with its substitute shortage.
The winners will be honored at the SNA’s Annual National Conference this summer.
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For FoodService Director’s 30th birthday, K-12 leaders take a walk down memory lane—and reveal what they believe the future holds.
Staff at an Arizona district handed out bagged lunches from a retrofitted school bus.
A partnership with local businesses such as a bowling alley and museum will bring free or reduced-price activities for students.
Students spend 15 minutes on the playground before heading to their classrooms to eat.
Local law enforcement was invited to serve breakfast and eat with students.
Officials hope to use the produce in school meals.

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