The price of eating a school lunch, like many other things in today’s economy, is going up.
The Washington County School Board voted to increase school lunch prices by 15 cents per meal for the 2009-10 school year.
Kevin Ellery, director of food services for the school district, presented the board members with two proposals at Thursday’s board meeting, one for a 10-cent increase, and the other for a 15-cent increase. Ellery recommended the 10-cent increase, but the 15-cent route was favored by board member Pat Clements.
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