Passaic (NJ) Schools has instituted a new lunchroom policy that will deny meals to cash students whose accounts are $50 or more in arrears, reports the North Jersey Herald News. Students signed up for government subsidized meals will not be affected. The policy change was voted in by the Board of Education in September after the previous policy of serving "humanitarian meals" cost the cash-strapped district over $130,000 in the 2009-10 school year and contributed to the foodservice ...

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