The Palo Alto (CA) school board has approved a lunch program deficit reduction plan that maintains a full lunch program at all its schools except Palo Alto High School, reports the San Jose Mercury. The plan cuts some staffing hours and raises meal prices in the secondary schools while leaving middle and elementary school programs mostly unaltered. The board decided to terminate the lunch program at Palo Alto High because of the availability of numerous adjacent off-campus choices that have ...

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