The Burlingame (CA) School District may decide to discontinue hot student meals when its nutrition services contract with Chartwells expires next year, reports the San Francisco Examiner. The six-school K-8 district decided to add hot lunches four years ago after serving only sack lunches to students qualifying for free or reduced price meals. The district invested about $500,000 to upgrade the school kitchens and commited extra money from the general fund to subsidize the program since ...

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