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School meals offer options
Administrators say aim is healthy eating
School nutrition employees say they try to provide options of healthy food. - photo by Stock photo

Full price meal up 10 cents

An increase of 10 cents for full-price lunch was the only change from last year’s policy. Reduced-price breakfast for elementary, middle and high school is 30 cents and lunch is 40 cents. Full-price breakfast for elementary school is $1 and $1.25 for middle and high school. Full-price lunch for elementary school is $1.65 and $1.90 for middle and high school.

As Liberty County students return to school this fall, they’ll find healthy new choices in their cafeterias.
Liberty County schools will serve meals that meet new federal nutrition standards. The standards ensure that meals are healthy, well-balanced and provide students all the nutrition they need to succeed at school, according to Liberty County School System Nutrition Director Dr. Chris Reddick.  
“We’re always working to offer Liberty County students healthier and tastier choices,” Reddick said. “In addition to meeting new nutrition standards, we’re also continuing our Fresh Fruits and Vegetable Program in several elementary schools, nutrition education via the classroom and web, and more. Please check out our school menus at the web page.”  
Reddick said school meals are a great value and a huge convenience for busy families. She encourages parents to control their children’s cafeteria accounts through

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