South Elgin (IL) High School students can now grab breakfast during morning study halls from a cart program launched recently by the nutrition services department, reports the Bartlett Press. The pilot initiative, launched at the beginning of the school year, is funded by a $2,500 grant from the Midwest Dairy Council. The cart, which offers fruit, cereal, breakfast bars, juice, milk, yogurt and string cheese, makes nine stops over the first four class periods of the day, giving students ...

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