Take our K-12 upaid meal charges poll: check the one response that most closely matches your own district's policy.
We give them basic meals like a cheese or a PB&J sandwich so they don't go hungry.
57% (125 votes)
We let them continue to get meals for a while, but then cut them off if the account reaches a pre-set limit.
38% (85 votes)
We let them continue to get meals indefinitely and absorb the cost if there is no payment.
14% (31 votes)
We don't allow them to get meals if they can't pay or are overdrawn because it isn't fair to those who pay and it encourages more of the same behavior.
4% (8 votes)
We don't allow them to get meals on credit because we can't afford to give away food.
3% (6 votes)
Total voters: 221