Los Angeles USD's foodservice department is recommending that administrators allow schools with less than 20 percent of their student body qualifying for free or reduced lunch to opt out of the district's Breakfast in the Classroom program, according to an internal memo obtained by California Public Radio station KPCC. Instead, low-income students at these schools would be served a meal during a morning nutrition break. Only about 40 of LAUSD's more than 1,000 charter, magnet and traditional schools would qualify per the latest district figures.