Los Angeles schools expect to serve 5 million meals this summer

07/1/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Los Angeles Unified School District expects to serve 5 million meals to low-income students this summer, nearly 10 times the number offered last year. The district has cut all but the most critical summer academic programs, but has expanded the number of district schools offering free meals to students from 95 to 261. Many of the students receiving the meals rely on them to meet nutritional needs during the school year.

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