“This is an incredible opportunity for the students of Dallas ISD,” Dora Rivas, executive director of Food and Child Nutrition Services told NBC-DFW. “We know that students who have nutritious meals each day perform better in school. It is impossible for students to do their best work if they are hungry. Through this provision everyone wins, especially our students.”
Yeah, America's test scores are lower than other countries because our kids are malnourished. Sure.
Exit question: Free and reduced school lunches used to be the exception. Now that schools are offering free breakfast AND lunch, will they now be the rule rather than merely an exception to it?