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Local school district extends free breakfast and lunch program, which has served 1 million meals since March

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POCATELLO — A USDA waiver allowing all students enrolled in Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25 to receive free meals has been extended through the end of the school year.
PCSD 25 has served almost one million free breakfast and lunch meals since March. The program was extended Friday.
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All breakfasts and lunches served through this program must meet the required dietary guidelines. To fit this criteria, breakfasts will contain milk, a fruit or vegetable, and either two grains or a grain and a meat or meat alternative. Lunches will contain milk, a fruit and a vegetable, bread or grain and a meat or meat alternative.
PCSD 25 encourages all parents with children registered in the district to complete and submit a free/reduced meal application. This information is vital for the continuation of educational services and programs within the district.
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Source: eastidahonews.com

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