Pittsburgh Public Schools will expand its free lunch program to seven more buildings this fall, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The move adds some 2,600 more students to the program, which offers free lunches to all students at schools and early-childhood centers where at least 80 percent of children qualify for free or reduced-price meals. Last year, the free lunch program covered 40 sites. The district already provides free breakfast at all of its 80 schools and childhood centers. ...
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