More low-income children are starting the day with a healthy morning meal as participation in the School Breakfast Program continued its upswing during the 2012-2013 school year. The Food Research and Action Center’s (FRAC) annual School Breakfast Scorecard found that more than 10.8 million children received a free or reduced-price breakfast on the average school day during the 2012-2013 school year, an increase of nearly 311,000 children from the previous year.
Somerset Independent Schools
305 College Street
Somerset, KY 42501
Linda Howard; Porter Hopkins Elementary, Cafeteria Manager
Libby Jones Meece Middle School, Cafeteria Manager
Lisa Burdine Somerset High School, Cafeteria Manager
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