Mont. high school to open a second cafeteria

12/12/2013 | Great Falls Tribune (Mont.)

A high school in Montana will convert a classroom with a kitchen into a second cafeteria to give students more table time during lunch. The plan will reduce the number of lunch periods at the school and aims to give students more time to eat. Overcrowding in the one cafeteria sometimes results in long lunch lines in which some students get their food right before the end of the 25-minute lunch period, according to school officials.

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