Some Northeast Texas schools may be serving a free breakfast to all students at their campuses next fall under a new law that went into effect Sunday. The additional breakfasts will not cost school districts or taxpayers any additional money, according to the USDA. Senate Bill 376 requires public school campuses or open-enrollment charter schools to offer breakfast free of charge to all students on campuses where more than 80 percent of the students qualify for free or reduced meals…

 

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