School nutrition programs do an excellent job of providing meals to youngsters during the school year, but nutrition is a year-round problem. While many districts participate in the USDA’s summer feeding program, these initiatives often find themselves handicapped by inadequate access and inconvenient and/or out-of-the-way serving sites, minimal promotion and a general absence of “buzz.” To address these problems, New Haven has since last year deployed a highly ...

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