Union (OK) High School, near Tulsa, has an open campus and, at least until this year, featured only a small, traditional cafeteria. Consider that the school is located along a major commercial artery—with McDonald’s, Sonic, Arby’s, Back Yard Burgers, Waffle House and local frozen custard chain Freckles units within short walking distance—and it's no surprise lunch participation has traditionally lagged. Last year it hovered at around 18 percent. Today, that is ...

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