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School Board Approves Reduced Meal Prices

With inflation hitting the current cost of food and the end of federal dollars that had been shelled out for free lunches during the pandemic, the Hollidaysburg School District found a way to recommend that the “paid portion” of reduced-priced meals be waived for the school year 2022-23. Families who qualify for reduced priced meals will pay $0.30 for breakfast and $0.40 for lunch.

It was proposed that the district use a combination of grant funds received from Giant Food Stores and Food Service Department funds to cover the reduced-price meal payments for students. Students who are approved i...

 

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