Food for thought
It started with free and subsidized lunch at schools and progressed to also include free and subsidized breakfast.
In some districts, breakfast is served in the classroom so that the students won’t be stigmatized by being seen going to the cafeteria before classes.
In some districts, they serve free and subsidized dinner, in addition to the other two meals.
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Now we read in your paper that students at Reedy Creek Elementary are given food for the weekend.
Is it just me or are we close to the point where some students won’t need to go home ever?