Logan City School District votes to cover student lunches
As of Monday, the Logan City School District is providing lunch to their enrolled students for the 2022-2023 school year.
The Board of Education for the Logan City School District voted to foot the bill for student lunches at a meeting on Sept. 27.
Though students are still welcome to bring their own lunches and will still have to pay for food purchased from schools’ a la carte menus, those who choose a regular school lunch will do so without exchanging any money.
During the meeting, Superintendent Frank Schofield explained how all students had been ensured a free lunch through federal COVID relief funds.
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