Two Charles County (MD) high schools saw lunchtime sales drop when they went to a single lunch period for all students, reports Southern Maryland Newspapers. The district suffered a net loss of $408,000 in its foodservice program, which was absorbed by a positive fund balance, on its $10 budget for the 2010-11 school year. Henry E. Lackey and North Pointe high schools combined to account for $276,000 of the program deficit. Lackey has had a single lunch period since 2009 while North Pointe ...

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