Eastway Elementary first-graders, from left, David Perry, Ashur Bluett, Samiah Royster and Za’Kiya Daniels  line up in teacher Ashley Bacon’s class  for their daily universal breakfast. Students in five Durham public schools will receive free breakfast in their classrooms starting next year, thanks to a grant from United Way of the Greater Triangle.
Eastway Elementary first-graders, from left, David Perry, Ashur Bluett, Samiah Royster and Za’Kiya Daniels line up in teacher Ashley Bacon’s class for their daily universal breakfast. Students in five Durham public schools will receive free breakfast in their classrooms starting next year, thanks to a grant from United Way of the Greater Triangle. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Eastway Elementary first-graders, from left, David Perry, Ashur Bluett, Samiah Royster and Za’Kiya Daniels line up in teacher Ashley Bacon’s class for their daily universal breakfast. Students in five Durham public schools will receive free breakfast in their classrooms starting next year, thanks to a grant from United Way of the Greater Triangle. hlynch@newsobserver.com

Durham Public Schools breakfast initiative wins United Way grant

September 17, 2014 06:09 PM

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