N.Y. District Tweaking New Lunch Plans

Monday, November 12, 2012

In September, schools began following a federal law to make lunches healthier, but some of the changes have been unpopular with students, and now some schools are searching for solutions.

At Lake George, the high school did a survey of students, and another of parents, to gauge reaction to the changes.

School district officials will review the results to determine any changes that can be made within the law.

Officials said the most common complaint from students is that the entrees are too small. That has been a concern at other school districts as well, especially among older students.

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