Mich. district pushes for a cybercafe catered to a nutrition program

A Michigan district's proposal to purchase laptops for its school-nutrition program has been turned down by the state, but district leaders still are pursuing the idea. The proposal involves using unspent foodservice funds to expand the myNutratek program, which allows students to track what they eat and their body mass index, and create a cybercafe, where students who cannot otherwise access the system would be able to log on using the laptops.

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Livingston County Daily Press & Argus (Howell, Mich.)

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