Software program could keep lunch lines moving

03/13/2012 | Wicked Local

A Massachusetts school district is considering purchasing the NutriKids software program, which officials say would speed up the process of paying for school meals -- giving students more time to eat. The $23,570 software also would assist with inventory, allow parents to have more control over what students eat and keep free and reduced-price meals rolls private. Students using the program would enter an identification number and swipe a card in the lunch line to have money taken from a virtual account.

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