Sand Diego USD uses wireless technology to provide reimbursable meals at stations scattered across its high school campus.
Several years ago, San Diego USD had a lunch participation problem in its 17 high schools. The reasons were not hard to figure: reimbursable meals were usually available only in the cafeteria located at the far end of campus. Throw in the fact that there's only one 30-40-minute lunch period at each school to serve student populations ranging from 1,000 to 3,000, and it's no wonder only about a third of students bothered to get reimbursable lunches on an average day. On some campuses, that ...
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