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Feb 13,2008 at 9:14 PM EST
ATLANTA, GA (AP) -- The Georgia Department of Education has ordered more than two dozen school districts across the state to stop serving beef supplied by a California slaughterhouse under federal investigation for mistreating animals.
Oct 17,2007 at 11:53 AM EST
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Children would likely be both prime spreaders and targets of a flu pandemic, but they're being overlooked in the nation's preparations for the next super-flu, pediatricians and public health advocates reported Wednesday.
Aug 18,2007 at 10:31 AM EST
Many kids on the First Coast are already back in school but for some, the first bell rings Monday. While breakfast is the most important meal of the day -- especially for students -- we can't forget about their lunch.
Jul 20,2007 at 2:25 PM EST
CHICAGO, IL (AP) -- Mark Smith is convinced he can turn a generation of junk-food eaters into die-hard devotees of what he calls "the salsa of this decade." The dynamo treat? Single-serve portions of hummus and it may be coming to a school cafeteria near you.
May 17,2007 at 10:39 AM EST
SOMERVILLE, MA (AP) -- More fruits and vegetables were added to school lunches. Restaurants offered smaller portions. Crosswalks even got a fresh coat of paint to encourage walking and biking. The whole city of Somerville went on a diet to curb...
Dec 19,2006 at 3:32 PM EST
Jun 1,2005 at 9:39 AM EST
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Simple kid-friendly training in good nutrition got 8- to 10-year-olds to eat healthier for three years, although snacks, desserts and pizza still make up an astonishing third of the youngsters' diets, researchers reported Wednesday.
Dec 2,2004 at 9:12 AM EST
PORT BYRON, IL (AP) -- Authorities in Illinois are looking into the use of counterfeit bills at a high school lunch room.
Apr 2,2004 at 2:23 PM EST
TALLAHASSEE, FL (AP) -- Lawmakers propose more free lunches for poor kids during summer.
Aug 7,2003 at 9:01 AM EST
Teach First Coast program hailed as a success, Increased enrollment at First Coast High, First Student Bus company, TV production program offered at new high school in Clay County, School lunches, more.
Education Section
Jun 6,2003 at 2:30 PM EST
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government is looking for 10 million pounds of frozen strawberries to put on millions of schoolchildren's plates and to feed to needy people.