Monticello (IL) High School will withdraw from the National School Lunch Program next fall and expects a $60,000 savings from the move, reports the News-Gazette. Plans call for up to six a la carte food stations serving Mexican choices, pizza, sandwiches/salads, snacks and traditional entrees.

The district has posted a meal program deficit of around $42,500 so far this year, its first under Aramark's management, after averaging deficits of around $100,000 for the past decade. For now, only the high school, which has a minimal 12 percent of students receiving federally subsidized meals, will be dropped from the national lunch program.