The Florida Department of Education is asking for almost $62.8 million in additional funding for its Food and Nutrition Services Trust Fund to reimburse local meal programs for vastly increased numbers of students qualifying for free and reduced price school lunches this fiscal year. Also on the rise are the number of schools, programs and other "sponsors" that are providing the meals, both during the school year and during the summer. The number of children qualifying for the subsidized ...
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