A North Carolina student chooses from fruit options offered in the cafeteria. Federal funding providesfree breakfast for public school students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. Millbrook High School announced its intentions to help combat child hunger by joining the program.
A North Carolina student chooses from fruit options offered in the cafeteria. Federal funding providesfree breakfast for public school students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. Millbrook High School announced its intentions to help combat child hunger by joining the program. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE ART
A North Carolina student chooses from fruit options offered in the cafeteria. Federal funding providesfree breakfast for public school students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. Millbrook High School announced its intentions to help combat child hunger by joining the program. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE ART

Millbrook High to offer breakfast program pilot

February 24, 2014 10:47 AM

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