Universal breakfast programs increase participation in Tenn.

03/26/2012 | Daily Times (Maryville, Tenn.), The

Two Tennessee elementary schools have seen an increase in the number of students eating breakfast at school since they began piloting a universal meal program this week. Under the program, all students at the schools are eligible for a free breakfast. Students who are tardy are allowed to take a meal to the classroom. Officials say their goal is to serve a nutritious breakfast to every student, and -- if successful -- expand the program.

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