Nutrition programs promote wellness and prepare students to learn. All students deserve healthy school meals.
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We have an enormous task ahead of us as we deal with the coronavirus and its lasting effects on our students, families, and communities. But that’s not all. We need to restore trust, repair damage to civil rights, increase funding to our schools, and so much more. Tell us what you think the White House and Congress should prioritize in the months ahead.
a bill to improve the process of certifying eligibility for free and reduced-price meals, and provide retroactive funding for children deemed eligible during the school year.
A bill to identify best practices for scheduling lunch and recess to ensure students have enough time to eat and reduce food waste.
A bill to expand and strengthen the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s farm-to-school grant program.
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