Colo. school's breakfast program helps ready students for learning

09/16/2013 | Summit Daily News (Frisco, Colo.)

A Colorado high school has launched a breakfast program this year -- offering healthy meals for free to students who qualify for free or reduced-price lunches. All other students pay $1 for the meals, which include healthy fruit smoothies and other items. Since launching the breakfast program, officials say between 30 and 60 students are eating the meals at school daily.

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