The school system has lost $60,000 in cafeteria sales.
Revenue is down because fewer students are buying lunches, and the cost for food is higher, according to a budget amendment the budget and finance committee considered Monday night.
“Our new meal regulations have us serving more fruits and vegetables,” Campbell County School Nutrition Supervisor Vickie Woodard said Wednesday. “Our intent is to teach children to choose healthy foods so it will improve their life to be healthier.”
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