The Texas Department of Agriculture has docked a high school a day’s worth of state free/reduced lunch reimbursement—about $1,800 total—because a student was caught sharing a pizza brought in from outside, reports the local Fox 26 TV news station. A four-year-old state nutrition policy prohibits students from sharing meals brought in from off the premise, though they are permitted to consume it themselves. The student’s mother had brought in the pizza for her son, a student at Manvel High ...
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