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Governor, First Lady Bullock award over $40000 to expand school breakfast programs in … + MORE

“How is that supposed to fill up some of the kids who can only eat at school and aren't provided with food at home?” the student author of the Facebook post stated with a photo of a lunch tray that had a few potato wedges with a sauce on the side. McAlester Public Schools Superintendent Randy Hughes …

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When kids ask 6-year-old Samantha Morris, daughter of HSUS food and nutrition specialist Josephine Morris, why she doesn't eat meat, Samantha tells them how much she loves chickens, pigs and cows and that to her they're friends, not food. Youngsters are very receptive and accepting, Morris says.

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“That little extra love is what a lot of these kids need.” Also recognized on Wednesday were O'Lear's fellow kitchen helpers, Karen Butina and Kelly Reese. O'Lear and Butina are employed by the district, while Reese works for the Nutrition Group. The three-person staff serves an estimated 186 students …

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Over $300,000 in private grant funding has been provided to Montana schools since the Breakfast after the Bell initiative was launched in 2014. Grant funds allow schools to increase student participation in breakfast and ensure that all children are receiving quality nutrition throughout the school day.

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– The lunchroom experience for most is a familiar one. However, being able to pay for lunch isn't as universal. Amy Gibbons was one of those kids who went without. A kid not unlike those she serves now as the Springfield Public School Nutrition Services Director. "When I was a kid, …

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