- Is the breakfast program for free students only?
- Why can't students and adults have seconds?
- What does "offer vs. serve" mean?
- If I take fewer than five items, will I be able to pay less for my meal?
- Why is the adult charge higher than the student charge?
- Why do school lunches seem so high in starch?
- Why must milk be served with school lunch?
- Why are bread and potatoes served in the same meal?
- Is honey better for you than sugar?
- What is the Child Nutrition Department doing to decrease fat and sugar in school menus?
- Why isn't there a statewide (or nationwide) charge set for all paying students?
- Are whole grain breads more nutritious than white bread?
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