12/16/2013

A new requirement in California that places greater scrutiny on the number of students qualifying for free and reduced-price meals has at least one local school district concerned the reporting mandate could result in fewer state funds tied to enrollment of low-income students. "There is the possibility that we'll be underfunded in some sites," said Lynnelle Grumbles, Visalia Unified School District's director of nutrition services.

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