"Kim Werning, director of food and nutrition services, said the district’s school lunch program has been operating in the black and the district was not anticipating the need to increase prices. However, because of a provision in the federal law for equity in school lunch pricing, the North Kansas City district would have to increase prices for the upcoming school year and continue to make increases in following years as well." Read the full article here.

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